While I'm talking about curves and my GO! cutter, I have a finished quilt to share, that turned out really great. I worked hard on this quilt for a while and then we moved (the move before this last move) and I lost my motivation to sew rounded seams, and it was put away for a long time. When I finally decided to just finish it, it actually went together really fast and turned out really great.
I used fabric from Denyse Schmidt's line, Hope Valley, this line has really grown on me. I vacillated between loving it and not loving it, but in the end, I really like it. The colors are unique and work so well with each other and with so many other fabrics.
I started out pinning my apple cores, and then stopped...I've said it before, I don't like pinning. Perfection is not worth the effort. It all ended up coming together just fine, and I'm sure I owe that to the GO! cutter.
I backed it in the ubiquitous numbers print from IKEA, which I love,
and bound it in a black and white stripe. (for my birthday last year, my sister in law sent me a LONG roll of black and white bias binding, all sewn up and ready to use. Isn't that the best gift? I need to remember it).