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Finished Project

So, I actually finished it over a week ago. Finding time and a computer have been troublesome since we no longer have internet (or even a computer) at home. Should be easier now that the week of craziness is over. Seriously, week of craziness. Brendan and I both put in about a thirty hour week work- his all on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Mine all on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

So, without further ado is my new wallhanging. Created especially for my little crafty corner.

Wall Hanging
Wall Hanging Geese

The tutorial for the flying geese circular block can be found here. It was my first attempt at paper piecing and I quite enjoyed it.

Wall Hanging Selvedges

It was also my first time sewing with selvedges. Also very fun.

Wall Hanging in Action

It is 20 by 20 inches square and used every last bit of selvedge I had saved up. I am very very very very pleased with how it turned out and love the inspiration it provides hanging above my sewing machine.

Anna and Ellery were, of course, very helpful during the wall hanging photo shoot.

Ellery stood on the wallhanging whenever possible and Anna demanded I take pictures of her toes. Very, very helpful.


debbie said…
very cute. Looks very confusing to make though! I'm glad you have a place to live and a crafty corner!
Love the wall hanging! I've thought about paper piecing, and this may have just been the push...for next month.
Jenny said…
That is a really terrific wall hanging...thanks for sharing!!
Meg said…
That's beautiful! I love it!

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