It's all so very fun!
This is the first and biggest rosette measuring 37" at the widest point.
I didn't think too much about colour until I got to the outer edge. I couldn't decide on what to put there until I found this teal dot in my stash. It seemed to work. I need to consider what block will be up against it and plan from there
The little corners lined up pretty good so I'm happy about that
I took myself out for a little retail therapy and came home with these pretties.
Indelible has been on my 'want' list for a long time. The top piece is called 'Cherie'. Love.
I'm hoping to be able to incorporate these into a rosette or two and I think I just might pull it off : )
Instructions for Rosette #2 will be posted on the first of February. Bring. It. On.
linking up with Cindy
and needle and thread thursday
Loving the colors in your first rosette and your fabric choices. Very beautiful, I can not believe that is all hand stitched! Amazing!
Lovely! Really bright and cheerful, just like you!
Fantastic! Love the new fabrics, too.
Wow! These are stunning. I've never braved hexies myself... but yours are gorgeous!
Looks great! Can't wait to see you incorporate the new fabrics.
Oh my....your Rosette is beauteous, Carla. Gorgeous choice of fabrics. Your poor fingers. How lovely that stitchers all over the world are stitching these gorgeous hexies.....makes for the most stupendous show and tell at the end!!
Wow so beautiful Carla!
i love the Birds in your Rosette, cute!!
Lovely! Those new fabrics should blend quite nicely. I have resisted this QAL furiously. So totally overcommitted last year (thanks to IG, blogging, Pinterest LOL) that I have pulled right back this year. I need to finish a few things.
Wow! That is amazing! Love those fabrics.
wow. just wow.
Holy cow!! That is so stunning! (And large!) I absolutely adore the fussy cut birds. While I love it overall… those make me swoon. Gorgeous. (And I covet your new fabric!)
WOW! And I'm proud of me for just making a couple of hexie flowers. It would take me FOREVER to get that huge piece done.
Wonderful cheery colours! I hear you, between madly trying to finish this block by the 31st and the knitting my right thumb has split! Owie, but some polysporin and a band-aid and I soldier on!
You are impressing me lots with your hexies! You must have lots of staying power or hexie power!! Love, love, love hexies.
This is so beautiful, Carla. I just love it. I am using it for inspiration for mine, I hope you don't mind. I hope to use some of my tula fabrics. I can't believe how fast you got this done. I bet I'm not done with block one by March. LOL.
I can only smilein total admiration! It looks fabulous and like you have the patience of a saint :-)
This is intense! But beautiful. Excited to see it come together!
Wow! Absolutely stunning. And the new fabrics are so pretty.
Wow . . . my fingers hurt for you too. Love the teal around the edge.
So pretty! Now I want to grab my EPP project stash and start. Maybe I could chuck my plan and make rosettes like this instead. I must finish other WIPs first. Ugh.
Your fabric choices are so gorgeous! I hope you have more of the bird fabric to use too!
This block is amazing! I'll look forward to seeing your February one :)
Love your current rosseta colors. I'm anxious to see how you incorporate the new colors.
All I can think of to say is "Oooooooh!" and "Aaaaaah!"
Can't wait to see the next one :)
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