When I start on a new project, I always think about how I'll tackle it to maximize my cutting, as well as the execution. I thought I would share how I planned my latest wool project, Posey Party.
When I work on a project that is wool on wool, I'm a pin kind of gal and do not use fusible. However, since the stems were small, it made sense to use a fusible. My favourite fusible is Heat N Bond Feather lite. It needles beautifully. I proceeded to build the stem circles.
Once all my stems are stitched on, my next stage is building the circle with flowers and leaves. I will work one stage at the time, starting with the center. Once the center is stitched, I'll build the next row ... stitch and onward to the next.
Some people like to have everything pinned or fused and then start stitching. I like to work in stages. It's less bulky and I don't get pricked by pins. Even with the fusible, I find that the pieces will sometimes come off from the manipulation of the block.
There you have it, a mini tutorial on how I plan the Posey Party project.
If you are interested in the pattern, leave a comment. I'll get in touch with you to get your snail mail address.
Thanks for stopping by. Catch you all later! Cheers!
I love this pattern and am interested in it. Thanks for sharing your process too!
I am similar in how I work, I do use pins and work in sections, a lot less overwhelming to work in stages.
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