You have to check out her blog and don’t forget to take a look at her patterns! All of her piecing is by hand! She is amazing!
Curved piecing is a lot easier than it looks — at least by hand it is. I have never tried it on the machine, but then we all know how little I use the machine! I’m told it is just as easy on the machine. All the pictures in this post can be clicked on for larger versions so that you can see the detail a bit better.
I thought I’d do a little tutorial on hand piecing curves. Lester is here to exert his calming influence.
As I have oodles of apple cores printed for the Red Delicious apple core quilt, I chose two of those for this.
I think on this next picture, if you click on it to make it bigger, you will be able to see the lines. There is the one long slightly curved concave line which is the stitching line, and which matches a curved line on the convex curve on the black piece to which I will be joining this white piece. The other little lines are the matching points — and they are also matched on the black apple core. The first thing I do is clip between the matching points on the piece with the concave curve, almost to the stitching line but not quite.