Saturday, October 29, 2011

No Trick Photography This Time

Linking up with Fabric Tuesday over at QuiltStory:
Last weekend I decided to try my hand at foundation paper piecing and started this Circle of Geese.
As you can see I finished it...this is not the trick photography of my last post.  ; )

But I did enjoy photographing from different angles.
Right in the CENTER.


Backing out.

And further out.

I just love the kaleidoscope effect of this block 
and can't wait to try other fabric combinations!

If you're interested in trying, go here for the pattern and here for some inspiration.

Oh and just one more shot...
Okay, okay just a little more trick photography.  ; )


13 comments:

Jeanette said...

Your block looks great Wendy. Hugs,

Татьяна said...

Какой красивый блок !!! Я в восторге!!!

Ann Marie said...

You did a fantastic job, and love that trick photo.......I wonder if it could be actually made???

Anonymous said...

I so love the colors. You are getting pretty good with that camara too. I can't wait to see it all.

TabbieG

Staci said...

Your block is beautiful! Each time I see this block, I want to try it out. Maybe when I get my Christmas commitments finished I'll take time to play.

I really ove the fabrics you've used, it is a lovely combination. And the trick photo is the best!

Faith S. said...

Wow, it came out great! Love it, plus, it has the added benefit of NOT being a "real" goose...so no "messes" to clean up ;)

-Char

sunny said...

Looking good! How big are you planning to make it?

Naturally Carol said...

Hi Wendy, that trick photography is amazing though I was pretty rapt in the real piece as well! I hope you have a wonderful week.

Carla said...

Your block is brilliant Wendy! I've been wanting to make one but feel intimidated by paper piecing. I should just go for it. Thanks for sharing!

Christie, Describe Happy said...

Oh wow, that looks incredible all put together!! And it's fun to see how you played with it digitally too... neat!

elizabeth said...

This is on my to do list! Love it, and all the pics : )

Susan said...

Wow this block is stunning and perfect! Love your trick photo. :)

Ruth said...

That is a lovely block - I might have to try my hand at it. And the trick photography is great! :-)