Central Plateau, North Island

Central Plateau, North Island
View from a friend's farm

Monday, 1 May 2017

testing #2!!!

owl  reversed with one inch test square
Here it is with a one inch test square.
Testing #1 was deleted, as this one was slightly better. The one inch square is for correct printing size!!! And the owl is for something later in the year, but I needed to know now if it would be printable. It is!!! Thanks for all your comments, I am not that keen on one inch quilting pieces.

12 comments:

Mystic Quilter said...

Rather you than I Jean! All those pieces for the eyes, but I am looking forward to seeing him/her finished, are using freezer paper or fusing or straight off cutting and hand appiique?

Leeanne said...

Owls are my new 'fav'..............

Jenn Jilks said...

So cute!

Julie Fukuda said...

Can't have too many owls. I have a nice pattern for a paper pieced one. Actually, I sewed it by hand, marking each piece but the pattern must be easy by machine.

Jocelyn Thurston said...

You know I love owls. Still following the 3 owlets on the All Birds Cornell Lab live cam and find it so interesting. This will be awesome, Jean.

Eggs In My Pocket said...

What a sweet owl........I suppose you are going to applique it? Cant wait to see when you are finished!

Janet said...

If only we knew what you're testing for. :)

Nancy J said...

I am going to use freezer paper, he is a long time favourite of mine, and I wanted to see if a friend could down-load and print to the correct size. All will be revealed at the end of July in a blog hop!!!

Our photos said...

An owl.....I like that !

Fundy Blue said...

I must have missed test #1! If it's a one inch square that will be awfully fine sewing. But if anyone is up to it, you are! I'm curious to see where this is going. Sending you love and hugs!

Fundy Blue said...

I don't know if my comment went through or not. If that's a one inch square, I can't imagine how fine the sewing must be! But if anyone can do it, it would be you! I'm curious to see where this will go. Sending you love and hugs!

Inger said...

I love owls. Are you making a quilt of one?