Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Emily's block - finished

I know I've posted about this block numerous times in various stages of it's production, but now it's finished!  And I'm so pleased with it.  I think in the last year thanks to four days with Sharon B in Connecticut, and various sessions with Gerry Kruger, learning about design, balance, flow around the block, etc., all things that I did not understand before, that I have actually "got it" (to some degree, anyway!)


5 comments:

Laurie said...

Yes you certainly "got it" Diane, this block is so so beautiful! I magnified the picture so I could see every awesome detail. I love everything about your block, and the way the lace looks like a blanket is such a special touch! I took notes!

Suztats said...

It's beautiful, Diane! I love it all! I'm hoping to do a block for my new granddaughter, so thank you for all the inspiration.

Cathy K said...

This is a beautiful, delightful block! Your stitching is and always has been absolutely gorgeous, Diane. Whatever it is that you “got”, I think you already “had”, LOL. Perhaps Gerry gave you an understanding of how to express it? Anyway, it is lovely. Hugs, Cat

Nicki Lee said...

Oh My! What a precious block - you did a beautiful job on it. And... I have to agree with Cathy - your stitching is always beautiful - you've got it girl!

Measi said...

Hi Diane! Thanks for joining the WIPocalypse. I've just added you to the participant list and to my blog reader. I look forward to seeing your progress on all of your gorgeous crafty projects!