Thursday, 7 August 2014

The Tula Pink "La Passacaglia"

"La Passacaglia" 

The journey continues with three more Rosettes.


A closer look at the fussy cutting, which I am finding highly addictive and personally I am loving the results.




And in the grand scheme of things this is where I am at.


I have not touched another project since starting this project.
Guess that can only confirm that the addiction that is "The La Passacaglia" continues.

Thanks for popping by.
hugs Sharon

25 comments:

  1. Wow, you are doing an amazing job. You have done heaps.

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  2. I can't believe how quickly you are working and with the fussy cutting it is a real work of art.

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  3. Aaand now you've got me suckered into doing it too.

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  4. This is SPECTACULAR! Really, just brilliant! I am looking forward to following along and watching it grow. SO inspiring! Now I have to dig out my papers and give it a try!

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  5. Fabulous work Sharon. The fussy cutting is exquisite.

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  6. Stunning is all I can say...just stunning!

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  7. These are just amazing rosettes! I am in awe. Thanks for sharing your progress. K-

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  8. You are an extremely talented 'fussy cutter', I wonder if you can put that on your resume.

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  9. Every time I see more it takes my breath away. You are doing an incredible job it really is a work of art.

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  10. Oh, just gorgeous! I can't stop looking at the different rosettes, keep finding new things...

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  11. Wow, it looks amazing.

    Greetings, Manuela

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  12. Your work is a feast for our eyes. I have never seen such intricate piecing. Love it.

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  13. The fussy cutting looks amazing! Are you finding it very wasteful?

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  14. Just beautiful Sharon. hugs.....

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  15. It looks amazing. Do you have a link to the book/pattern?

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  16. You had me intrigued. I did a search to find out about the quilt and armed with the name and author managed to get a copy at The Festival of Quilts at the NEC in Birmingham. Now I just need fabrics.

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  17. You're making wonderful progress Sharon.

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  18. The results are stunning. Beautiful work!

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  19. Truly Beautiful !!! Looking forward to watching your progress

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  20. Stunning stunning stunning- wow!
    I'm trying to be good and work on my Hex on the Beach but you are tempting me;)
    Can you let me know who,you bought the book from and the papers- also what was the cost please?
    Tempting - I must not stray I must not stray hehehe maybe ???

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  21. Thank you for the inspiration. Now I need to go shopping in my stash and at the LQS.

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