That's spectacular, well done!
This is absolutely gorgeous!!
Hi Carol, awesome job, I hope you have shown this to Daleen, I'm sure she would love to see it. It's just perfect as a table topper, centrepiece etc. I can see it done in red as your Poinsettia design (I've commented below) Love Chris
Thanks Chris yes it's being posted on Stitch Delight Facebook page have received very nice comments as well
Love it!!!Well done!!
Beautiful Carol! Nice work
Very pretty. Happy Stitching :-)
What amazing project! I like how you used parts of that design to create something new and spetacular. Well done!
Thank you I try to think of lots of ways to use designs if you would like spot on instruction I will get them done just PM me it will take a day or so
My goodness, this looks incredible......great job!
Thanks being playing but now must get on my daughter wants a quilt
I just love it. Tell us how u did it.
Hi jenne very easy for the petals I sewed out as normal then took a pointed oval shape that is programmed in my machine then took another piece of fabric right side down and sewed the oval shape on this took it out of hoop opened the stitching a bit and turned the petal right side out did the same for the centre using the circle shape then just hand sewed the petals onto the centre and because I wanted some green in the centre I sewed a circle of fabric to the back. For the coasters I use the centre piece of the pattern and did them as shown in pic. Hope I have made sense
It makes sense. Thanks for the extra info!
Thank, I want to give it a try, you should be proud of yourself it is great looking.
Great job, Carol... 🙃 ...very nice use of this design!
Thank you I am wondering if I do this in red it would look like a poinsettia for Christmas with a few more petals ofcourse
Yes Carol, it will look like a stylised Poinsettia. Love Chris
Love it and that color is oh lala:):)
Thanks I don't think I am going to have it for long it's my daughter's favourite colour
Wow, that looks absolutely amazing!
Thank you so often I have hought patterns and have only used them once so now trying to think of various ways to use what I have for multi purposes
Thanks for the tip!