Some of the tribe at the show in Ripon Cathedral this week- but meanwhile back at home…..
“No problem. Need samples for the December class. Shall I take one of the pre printed forest animal panels and see what I can do with it. Must showcase the fabric and engage people to come to try freehand/motion working. Not a problem.”
I do wish that when at work I would shut up at these strategic moments.
2 garland ideas for a visiting group to try, a metre and a half of decorative panels strung together ( reminds me of a pelmet crossed with a hockey skirt), quilted pictures, quilt block proposals, and a small “quilt” later…..even did a little hand sewing…… ( I do work in a quilt/embroidery shop)….
Moda, who produced the animal images, are usually a bit tight, so why did they decide to populate whole forests with just one panel!!!!
Never mind. Working with found images can be fun, and although this isn’t really my preferred style of work it should provide a bit of entertainment, technical practice, be a ‘safe’ start point and act as a confidence builder. Just got the backing and binding on the ‘quilt’ to do then it is back to my own stuff!
Will admit, cutting the hedge is starting to look like an attractive option.
I gave in. Used about half the panel – the rest has been divided up and is on sale in the shop as smaller blocks.