Saturday, April 16, 2011

Flickr Feature

Sarah's Spiderweb Block by PinkPlease!
Sarah's Spiderweb Block, a photo by PinkPlease! on Flickr.
Love this Spiderweb block, posted by PinkPlease on Flickr.   It was designed using a tutorial by one of my favorites, Elizabeth Hartman (Oh Fransson).  You can find the tutorial at Sew Mama Sew.  I can't wait to try it.

Thanks for the inspiration, PinkPlease!  Great colors, and a great design = yummy eye candy!  


~ Val @ PinkPlease! ~ said...

Wow! Thanks so much for featuring my block for Sarah! You rock!

Linda said...

What a great block! I might try it in scrappy colors with yellow stars.

Nonnie Quilting Dreams said...

I ALWAYS LOVED THIS PATTERN... I have seen it on one of the string (BONNIE HUNT .... et All) quilt blogs under the title of RED ZINGER.

I have made it in the past using my red fabric as the "foundation." and using up as much of my UGLY / OLDER strings as I could. It always came out GREAT. I have seen directions doing regular flip and sew without foundation, using the main fabric as a foundation, and using pellon as a foundation. I guess you can do it any way you want.

I love the modern colors as it make it so bright, contemporary and girly. I now know where and how to use my strings left over from my contemporary fabrics.

Thanks for the post/ blogs and podcast ... I always love them.



drMolly, the BeanQueen said...

Hey that looks cute! - Mayhap I shall have to try it - I'm looking up the tutorial. Thanks.

Kendra from missknittas studio said...

Foundation piecing is on my to-learn list for this year! Thanks so much for the inspiration and point us to the tutorial!