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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Can't rain all the time

The Crow by Alida-TweLoQ
Uncolored version
10" x 10" paper pieced & embroidered
This pattern has small pieces so I think it's easier to color it manually

Hello everyone, Alida here!

Where I live the weather is changing all the time so I keep thinking about my favorite quote from the Crow to cheer me up... "Can't rain all the time" :)

So in the last a couple of days I designed and tested this block.

The Crow is also listed in the Requests page so I hope that someone else will enjoy this little block.

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Until next time...
Happy sewing!!

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  1. This is amazing! I especially love the depth you got in his hair with that batik-looking fabric. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Thanks! Initially I planned to do some embroidery in the hair too... but then I start checking my stash for some fabric that could give me the same effect with less work ;) and I found a fat eight of that dark zebra pattern that I thought could work!

  2. My Cult-Movie... I am so happy... But the eyes are so difficult to make... cannot see the lines inside.. Can you help?

    1. Alida has provided an uncolored pattern to help see the lines. You can find it linked in the post above.