Sunday, May 30

Playing with Curve Master Foot...

Well, I have now given the curve master foot a good testing, and I think this looks great....
This finished up a 10" block, so each little curve piece is 2.5 inches, now that was small to work with, but I really wanted to see how it would go on smaller pieces...
I must say, I'm very happy with the foot,....There are so many ways to set the curved blocks, but as I was just playing, I chose this setting so it looks like a completed little quilt
I don't think I'll start a big Drunkards Path quilt just yet though...I really want to finish quilting the Dresden and Dollies quilt...

I like to research what the blocks mean when piecing a new quilt block that I had not done before..
Did you know that the Drunkards Path block was a symbol to walk in a zig-zag fashion as to avoid being followed and caught...you can read more block symbols here..

Have a lovely day...♥

21 comments:

  1. Wow.....looks absolutely fabulous Julia :) Love it :)

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  2. Don't you love to get something new and enjoy it so much. That is interesting about the meaning of the quilt blocks also. I look forward to your completion of the D & D quilt - it is precious.

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  3. Wow, it looks like you're a master already. You will get good use out of that foot I'm sure.

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  4. it's Great to get Feedback on New Tools...Thanks..Your Block looks Lovely...
    cheers

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  5. Gorgeous block....looks perfect Julia.

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  6. Love the block Julia. Might have to look into that foot myself as i have a rather large Drunkards Path variation quilt to make. Hugs, Jeanette

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  7. Beautiful block and love your fabrics.

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  8. That is a very handy tool you got there ..lovely results!
    Bye for now,
    Tineke

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  9. The block looks great. Did you think there's any advantage to the foot after trying it out?

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  10. I love your drunkards path block. I have a huge folder compiled of this block and its many settings and I have seen several sampler quilts made with all the various settings.
    Shirley.x

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  11. Hi Julia is very nice block....
    Hugs
    Deni

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  12. That looks great, would it be easy for a beginner patchworker/quilter to use , I wonder?

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  13. I had one of those Curve Master feet a long time ago. I did not find it useful and gave it away for someone else to try. I am glad it worked well for you.

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  14. Beautiful block Julia - the curves look great.

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  15. This block is gorgeous! The curves are perfect. Maybe I should shop for a Curve Master Foot?

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  16. Love that block Julia ... my favourites, pink & roses - just gawjus ;o). So I'm curious, what does the Curve master foot look like??
    Hugs,
    Joy :o)

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  17. wow Julia, I just read the tutorial on Punch With Judy and it looks so easy! I am really impressed with your block and I think I will have to look out for this foot when I go to Melbourne.

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  18. The curves look great, and the fabric is beautiful. Love Nima's hat pincushion. You did a nice job on it.

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  19. Your Drunkards Path block looks great! Thanks for the link to Block symbols - I love to find out the history and meaning of things that I get involved in.
    If you pop over to my blog, I have a heap of photos from a fantastic quilt show I went to on Sunday. Just a local one, but some stunning quilts there. I went mad and bought some gorgeous fabrics...wish I lived closer to you so I could call in for some advice - LOL!

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  20. Beautiful fabrics! I confess I picked up one of these feet at a quilt show but I haven't used it yet. I really need to get brave and try it out. And thanks for the link to the block symbols. Very interesting.

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  21. wow!! That looks amazing!!! I also love the fabrics!

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