Way better than what I can do. I have never mastered the process. Looks great. Chris
Muy bonito tu blog.bss
this is gorgeous. they symbolize happiness i am told....my Chris and i just were married 12 years this week and my aunt tells a story of how she saw a bluebird on the rail overlooking where we got married and she knew that it was the bluebird of happiness for us.
wow, that looks tricky....and oh so pretty!
I Love it! Bluebirds are my favorite. It does look tricky, as Catherine said, but I'm pretty sure you love a challenge. :-)
That's really pretty! I've yet to try paper piecing but like the sharp crisp points. Hopefully you could do a tutorial sometime??
You did great! And I just love bluebirds. I love your little bluebird. I've paper pieced but never any feathered friends:)
Great job!! I did some paper piecing, and it is hard. Yours turned out beautifully! xo Heather
The fabric choices are PERFECT! I love the lines in the blue! Super cute project!Tammy
I love this!! I consider myself to be a novice quilter, not sure I'm quite ready to try this pattern. The colors are great!!chris
wow. That's a lot of little pieces in there, but it looks awesome!
oh my YES...good job!! it is lovely...paper piecing is not that easy to me...
You did a wonderful job! It looks great! I haven't tried PP but it will be tried soon!
Your bird looks fabulous!! Happy stitching, from one redeemed sheep to another : )
Gracias por seguirme bss
Looks fantastic. Half expect him to flap those wings and fly away any second! ;o)
He's sew cute! Great job! Hope you can join Michelle, Louis and me next Saturday for the sales.
What a sweet birdie! You did a great job.
I love that bird. I really need to try some paper piecing.Richard Healey
I am IN love with this!
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