Wednesday, 25 April 2012

WOYWW....what no paper!


My desk this morning......what no paper! I attended a great workshop at the weekend with Jane Rollason to make a curved log cabin design. It uses a paper foundation pieced method. I decided to expand on a fabric scrapbook layout that I was working on last month. I've used my lovely sea and sand fabric to make the small curved log cabins. If you like a have a peek at other's creative places, please share you work desk over on Julie's blog.

20 comments:

BJ said...

Hi Daisy - thanks for your comment (please leave your number with other comments as it is so hard to find you otherwise and it doesn't take you directly to the WOYWW post) Anyway I'm here now - loving the fabric layout too. Glad you like the smell of my Ribena BJ #51

Karen said...

An interesting desk this morning, I love all the different shades of blue that I can see :)

Have a great WOYWW and a fab week, Luv Karen xx #75

Queen Of Toys said...

Now this looks like an interesting project, I will have to pop back later to see your progress. Thanks for sharing.

Eliza #26

Victoria said...

thank you for the look around your crafting space today
it is gorgeous i am still on a 9block square

vicky #104 woyww
http://angeldrummer.blogspot.co.uk/
Ps I also have saturated canary candy on my blog

Sunshine Girl said...

Oooh its looking fabulous - a lot of us are into sewing this week arent we! Thanks for sharing - Sunshine Girl No. 20

lisa said...

There is a lot of quilting going on in WOYWW land this week. It's so interesting to see what everyone is up too. This looks gorgeous.
Happy WOYWW
Hugs Lisax #74

Astrid Maclean said...

Well that all looks very intrigueing, love those shades of blue!

Happy WOYWW #34

kay said...

oh not seen something like this before
have a crafty week and
happy woyww
kay #98
p.s would be good if you could turn word verification off as it makes it hard to leave comments,x

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Oh, lovely combination of colours. It really does look like the seaside in the work in progres!
Hugs, LLJ #33 xx

Caz said...

Looks interesting - hopefully we'll see the finished project on your WOYWW soon!!
Happy WOYWW #174
Caz
x

Julia Dunnit said...

Yikes, that looks scarey complicated to a bodger like me! Took me a couple of looks to establish that you're using perfectly ironed fabric and actually no paper!!

okienurse said...

awesome looking design. A lot of sewing going on this week. Have a great week and thanks for commenting on my blog! Vickie #41

CraftygasheadZo said...

It all looks really interesting, using fabric is a lovely idea. Take care, enjoy this WOYWW, am working my way through the list in shifts! Zo xx 77

The Weekend Artist said...

Lovely color...can't wait to see the finished product!

firs-time in WOYWW and loving it!
#54

Sandy said...

looks interesting will have to come back for a peek to see it finished. Love the blues :)

Princess Judy Palmer said...

At first I thought "what do you mean no paper?" but then I realized it was fabric. I have no idea what a rolled log cabin design is but I find it intriguing.

Bridget Larsen said...

I love quilting but could not do it to save my life
Bridget #1

Tertia said...

Lovely log cabin blocks you are working on.
Happy belated WOYWW

Hazel said...

Looks very interesting - look forward to see the finished result - (Hazel # 173) x

Joynana said...

Lovely blue color. Looking forward to seeing the finished product. #121