Tada. I love this one. 🙂
Here are Joyce’s rosettes. Remember that each rosette uses fabric from a quilt she has made.
This beautiful big rosette is from her Southern Album fabrics. Happy memories! Joyce is planning to use the same neutral fabric for all her stars.
Favorite tip ever. Line your templates with 1/4″ ruler tape. You will be able to find them on your cutting table!! No more “where is my big pentagon template!??*@*$
Karen Thompson quilted this fabulous La Pass and shared it with us in class. Wow!! It belongs to Cathy McMann. She has a great blog! Yay!! It was so wonderful to see a FINISHED one.
Karen has digitized a pattern for each of the shapes. How awesome is that? Beautiful quilting.
Here’s another picture of my progress. I call it “Exploding Crayon Box.” Just kidding. Not.
Here’s a sample of Gina B’s beautiful rosettes. Do you not love the solids??
We call this “The Sherbert LaPass.” It’s just beautiful!
Here’s Karen’s plan. Look at her pentagon flowers. Love.
More rosettes. More planning.
It will all come together!
Becky’s beautiful rosette.
This fabric was her inspiration. I want to steal it.
Katie’s first stars. She is thinking about making all her stars the same colors….
Honey bees. This beautifulness happens when you stir Amy Butler and Tula Pink together.
Cats. Look at that center. Well done Katie.
Here’s Ann’s first rosette. Ann, we love how you use color!!
Jennifer F has joined the craziness and had that fun first challenge we all face. This way??
Or that way. HAHA So much fun!
Rosette #3 for me.
I’m teaching La Pass on September 21 and September 24 from 10-2. Come join the craziness!