Here is my orange rainbow scrap challenge block for April! It's difficult to see, but there is a curved seam in this block!
1. After pretty randomly sewing some of the fabric together I was presented with a challenge - getting two uneven seams to match and be flat. I didn't want to lose all the fabric so decided to make a curved seam.
2. I saw I was going to lose some of those little pieces so I sewed a new piece of fabric (with white dots) to the side. I arranged the fabric the way I wanted it to end up, over lapping the fabrics.
3. Without moving the fabric, I used a rotary cutter. Here I have pulled the two pieces apart. The fabric just needs to overlap enough so when the two pieces are cut the seam is smooth.
4. I wanted the seams in the common fabric to match so to be sure that I pinned and sewed the seam in two passes. (Both times starting where the seams would match up.)