Sunday Stash March 17, 2019

I came close to a change in the numbers. I had fabric in my hand but gave it to my friend. It was nice fabric at a great price and went with nothing in my stash. She’ll be able to put it to good use. Instead I bought some even weave fabric (for embroidery), a shirt pattern and a pillowcase to embroider. The thrift had a much smaller fabric selection than normal.
I’m not sure where my time went this week, but it wasn’t in the sewing room. Maybe it went to the three guild meetings in eight days. I also worked on the creative play piece. This is what it looked like before.
CP improv class ss1This is how it looks now.
CPimprov2I wasn’t sure what to do next until I took this picture. Looking through the view finder, it became clear what it needed.
When I took the collage class with Trish Stuart last year, she made us all take a picture of our piece before we fused it. She said it would show us what worked and what didn’t. I don’t know why pictures bring things in perspective, but she was right. This project was a great reminder to use that tip.
Fabric Added: 0
Fabric Used: 0
How did you do this week?

1 Kate
2 Chrisknits
3 Julie in GA
4 maggie f
5 Marti
6 DesertSky Quilting
7 Quilting Gail
8 Meloney

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5 Responses to Sunday Stash March 17, 2019

  1. Kate says:

    Some weeks it seems the time just evaporates. Enjoy your fabric play this week.

  2. chrisknits says:

    When we look at a photo our focus is narrowed so we only see the object. When we are looking with the naked eye our perspective is much wider and less intense. When the object fills the screen we can’t help but “see” it. Can’t wait to see what your FO looks like.

  3. dezertsuz says:

    Great creative play. There are things the eye sees more clearly, with it’s depth, and things the camera sees more clearly, without it. I find I need to use both for all the help I can get. =)

  4. Pingback: Travelling to a quilt show and quilting at home | Quilting Gail

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