Nothing like waiting until Thursday night to decide to make the kiddies something for Easter. Pictured are 4 of my kiddies and my nephew's. I have two more to male to get shipped off for Code and his girlfriend
My daughter made fun that I should be a foodie that post pictures on Instagram (nope not happening). But I can blog it. They are just well like sushi roll but no fish. Just Avacado,red cabbage, carrots and cucumber rolled up.
So this whole paper piecing thing is slow. There are ways to speed it up but I am not interested. Sometimes slow is a good thing. I also found out after I started that this is "most definitely not a beginner block". Ha ha. I never listen to that crap. Every ones abilities are completely different and what is a beginner to one is not to another. Is it perfect? Not even close. Have I had to take stitches out because I put pieces in backwards? Oh yeah and then I sewed it back in wrong again completely forgetting to rotate said piece. I think sometimes people focus on being perfect and to me it's a little sad. To me the journey is the adventure. Honestly though when by not so little block as it's turning out is finished and ironed, I want to see if anyone (myself included) will be able to see the mistakes. Doubt it. I'll know they're there but will they really be noticed. Most likely no.