Stash Busting Bee: November

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For pivy in the Stash Busting Bee. She very cleverly sent a circle of the floral fabric seen in the lower right corner. The print and the shape immediately convinced me that it needed to be part of a New York Beauty. Pointy!

cashew22206, LittleWhimsies Sews, and 22 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. sleighd 65 months ago | reply

    Wow! I'm so envious of people who can make these gorgeous, perfect New York Beauties. It's really pretty.

  2. be13cca 65 months ago | reply

    i don't know what's more amazing- the block itself or the fabrics in it that work so perfectly with pivy's!!! love it!!! i can't wait to see all these blocks together!

  3. pivy 65 months ago | reply

    Wow!! What a lot of owrk you put into this! Thank you so much, it's beautiful!

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  5. Marblesbestfriend 65 months ago | reply

    Amazing block!! I love the combination of fabrics. I would love to see the back of this block, too!

  6. Peg at Ivy Arts 65 months ago | reply

    Stunning. Fantastic use of fabrics.

  7. Marblesbestfriend 65 months ago | reply

    I think the black and white is Califon by Mark Lipinski for Northcott. I agree, it is a great print.

  8. cashew22206 65 months ago | reply

    holy smokes!! That's perfect!!! I love it, love the fabric

  9. Seven Stitches 64 months ago | reply

    This is wonderful. The fabrics go so perfectly and the chrysanthemum print has been used in such an ingenious way. I adore it.

  10. Olivethebeach 63 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called New York Beauty Blocks and Quilts, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  11. sewgentle 60 months ago | reply

    I think Mark Lipinski lives near or in Califon, NJ I have a good friend from that town.

  12. Zuni Mountains Quilter 52 months ago | reply

    I know this is an old post but I am new to flicker. This is incredible.

  13. Joan McLemore 48 months ago | reply

    This is so wonderful.

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