• I love how the misprint on this SK fabric almost looks like "quilty" - sewtakeahike
  • Love this part! - ayumills

Ringo Pie Baking Block for Penny- Cherry jam pie

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Blogged :) It is a bit quirky and a bit wonky- although the end size is square! I think I was a little over ambitious!

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  1. One ShaBby ChiCk 36 months ago | reply

    i keep coming back and staring at this block.....I love it :-)

  2. verykerryberry 36 months ago | reply

    I look at it Amber and I don't know how at one point I got one half of the block to fit with another half of the block! I thought they were going to have to coexist in separation!

  3. Heide of chez zero 36 months ago | reply

    This is totally blowing my mind!

  4. verykerryberry 36 months ago | reply

    that's good right? thank you

  5. ylmommyx4 36 months ago | reply

    oh my, I am in love. I want this so badly!

  6. PatchworkPottery 36 months ago | reply

    OH! I love it so much!

  7. bluebirdluxe 36 months ago | reply

    I loved reading your blog post on how you made this block! It's so fabulous! I just love it! :)

  8. verykerryberry 36 months ago | reply

    t thank you very much!

  9. meg_kay77 35 months ago | reply

    this is like a painting! It is just so amazing - wow you ladies are super talented!

  10. freezeframe03 34 months ago | reply

    Phenomenally awesome comes to mind for this work! I dabble in drawing my own paper piecing patterns, but I just can't even imagine creating an entire scene all paper pieced. Oh, your good!!!

  11. verykerryberry 33 months ago | reply

    it was a bit of an odyssey!

  12. happylifedesigns 33 months ago | reply

    This is so amazing! I'm completely in love!

  13. PatchworkPottery 31 months ago | reply

    PS Where on earth did you find those fabrics?!

  14. verykerryberry 31 months ago | reply

    Suzuko Koseki for the text ones plus a bit of stamping on twill tape, cherries are vintage, bowl is sweetwater, wood is aviary, counter is sevenberry- I have a nice stash! Not the biggest but a lot of variety!

  15. elnorac 24 months ago | reply

    Kerry, this is astounding! It's one thing to follow a pattern in paper piecing, which is tricky enough, but to improv such a complicated, wonderful piece like this is astounding. Love the whole thing, but the flour sack is the best!

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