This is Midget Block number 85. It was paper pieced in 6 sections which required inset seams at the corners. Silly inset seams, they just don't mix with paper piecing in my humble opinion. I had two different fabrics picked for this block initially but switched them out at the last minute. I am quite fond of the pink print and think it looks quite nice with the blue.
I thought I was going to struggle as I started marking the paper piecing templates with color choices, nothing seemed to line up quite the way it should. Then I realized that the pattern was not printed out with all the adjacent blocks lined up. After I cut them apart and rearranged them, it all made perfect sense. I asked Kurt to pose with the block, for some reason he thought it should look like a mug shot. Silly boy.
Your model certainly looks serious! lOL
I bet he has a really great sense of humour.
I love that block -- it really lives up to its name!
Very pretty, the pink with the blue does look great.
At least your guy will let you close when you have a camera in your hand, mine runs when I get mine out.
LOL. Funny you say "mug shot," cuz that's exactly what he achieved :)
LOVE the pink fabric.
I like this block...pretty cute for a mug shot.
Great little block. Nice fabrics.
Yup... it's a mug shot alright.
I don't know - it looks to me like he is just overcome with the honour of holding one of these precious blocks!
It really does look like he has a sense of humour about it all.
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