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Fiddle The Violin

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Fiddle The Violin - Paper Pieced

Created using this Craftsy Indie Pattern

This project was made from an independent Craftsy designer's pattern:

Fiddle The Violin - Paper Piecing »
by Whims and Fancies

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Traditional, Classic
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What are you most proud of? I had to work with really narrow pieces for the bow. I am also happy the way the paper pieced f-holes turned out.

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Love the violin. Have you ever done a piano or an ? They address the instruments played in our house.

12/13/2012 Flag

My tablet corrected and I didn't proof quick enough. That should have been a piano or an oboe? They are the instruments played in our house.

12/13/2012 Flag

Thank you!! It happened to me before as well, I don't like auto-correct for that reason! I hadn't consider the oboe, but I will definitely keep that in mind. As for the piano, I am going to design the sash using the piano keys for my mini quilt.

12/14/2012 Flag

Again, I love this piece! Beautiful! I too am a California girl and played the violin as a child...and like photography! Live in Southern California but love the central coast and Northern California...you are a wonderful quilter!

12/27/2012 Flag

Thank you for your lovely words!! Wow!! You are just like me! I love the Sierra and the White Mountains, and the deserts! California has so much to offer for any hobby photographer!

12/27/2012 Flag

Even the bridge has dimension! Amazing! And I love the hair on the bow!!! Wonderful work!

12/27/2012 Flag

Thank you :) I was going to use the cream for the bow hair until I realized I was using that as my background fabric. The substitution worked out even better.

12/27/2012 Flag

I love this, and want to make it. I paid for the pattern and can't figure out how to download it.

02/16/2013 Flag

Thank you so much! When you log in to Craftsy, click on "Your Account" at the top of the page. Then click on "My Craftsy" in the middle of the page. Then click on "Pattern Library". The pattern should be listed there. You can click on "Download Pattern" to save it on your computer. Let me know if you need anything else.

02/16/2013 Flag