So here we are, ready to join the fifth and final panel of my Dreamcatcher Round the Year Quilt. This is the tricky part, where we have to deal with a nesting seam; will share the whole process once the quilt is finished. Meanwhile, the batting and backing has been folded back on all four edges to be joined so that they do not come in the way of joining the front.
Wish me luck!
( The foundation paper piecing free pattern for Block Fourteen ‘The Almost Fractal Mandala’ of the Round the Year Dreamcatcher quilt can be found here.)
Here is wishing you a Happy Halloween with this Lollipop Candy block. Candylicious?
Don’t forget to check in tomorrow for the block pattern! Meanwhile, have a scary, spooky day.
It is a lovely rainy day today here in Jaipur – the monsoon is in its full glory!
To add to the cheer, here are some lovely dahlias – and a lotus!
If your Dahlia is not featured here, it is because I have not received the necessary go-ahead from you!
Meanwhile, there are many more Dahlias at the budding stage – am waiting eagerly to see the full bloom!
There is something very special coming up here soon – a guest blog by Jaya Parker, who discovered a technique to piece the dahlia without any paper piecing – using just strips! I am not giving away anything more – only telling you that her method is so easy, that I am inspired to make a king size quilt of dahlia blocks!
So do keep tuned in!