Here is one of the pictures of one that comes up when you google it.
So On Thursday I was able to do my cutting out, Fuse my heavy batting to the backing.
Sew around all my squares. and then turn them right side out thru this X - hence why you need an applique square.
After turning and pressing you fuse the applique piece and top stitch around each applique piece.
That's as far as got on Thursday - Yesterday - we drove around and had fun sightseeing. We drove to a place called cottonwood cove which is the Nevada side of Lake Mohave.
It was a beautiful day for a drive.
This is hubby and his brother Frank.
Today I was able to work on the wreath again.
Next you have to mark the angled sewing line on the squares - and sew the blocks together.
After they are all sewn together you need to fold over the flap and sew the tips together - and add decoration if you choose.
And Voila it is done. :)
After I finished that I still had a little time so I grabbed the poinsettia table topper that is 1/2 quilted and thought I would try to finish it up. Here's where I started. I had the majority of the inside quilted just needed the two borders and corners done.
And I was able to finish the quilting, I continued the swirls in the small border, did a little curly in the corners and then did leaves in the bigger border. Then I was able to get the binding attached. Now I just need to finish the hand stitching of the binding. And with that I was done sewing for the day.
We had dinner and then Hubby and I took a drive to the park and walked down to the boat dock to see how the fishing was doing? No one was fishing today.
Well that's all for now - Have a Blessed evening!