Monday, October 22, 2012

Is it possible to piece an anatomically correct black widow spider?

This could be a sign that I'm spending too much time with my boys -- why else would I get the urge to free piece an anatomically correct black widow spider?

The body was fairly easy. It's the legs that might be the death of me. Because I want them to attatch at the right point, and I want them all to bend the right way...and I'm absolutely the only one who cares if they do or don't.  And did I mention that there have to be eight of them and the two sides should probably sort of resemble each other?

To see more design walls, head over to Patchwork Times.

I'm also die cutting the shapes for the giveaway. If you want a chance to win a copy of Ebony Love's new book, The Big Little Book of Fabric Die Cutting Tips, and the die cut pieces to make my two color lap quilt, leave a message on the giveaway post before November 3.



Jo said...

COOL spider....they would be fun out of Halloween fabrics too.

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