And here are the printed pieces.
I'm not sure yet how it will go together, probably some sashing between the blocks.
Here are some of the leaves I've brought home.
I tried something different for my weekly leaf this time, TAP (transfer artist paper)
I hate to admit it, but I've had a package for several years, for so long that it was the original packaging from when it was first produced, before C&T started distributing it. This is the first time I've used it.
I taped several leaves to a sheet of paper, then printed it on the TAP with my inkjet printer.
leaves on the left, print on the right
I decided to use the large leaf on the lower right. It was cut out and placed print side down onto my fabric.
Then ironed with a very hot iron and then the paper is peeled off.
It looks like a real leaf on the fabric. There is a bit of change in the hand of the fabric, but was still very easy to stitch.
The Weekly Leaf #42
Daily stitching updates
Line Dance #288-#294
The Daily Paper #216-#222
I had to prep some more squares for the daily paper and it looks like my collection of dyed paper towels has expanded, my goal was to use them up!
Looks like I'll have enough left over to do several more projects.