|my Block for Di|
Sample blocks are purposely missing from the guidelines to start out. I will sew some up but I'd like to give members a chance to explore their interpretation of the concept without influence.
Palette: the cover of the book Print & Pattern Geometric is spot on as well as many of the pictures inside. The mosaic shown above includes recent items that inspired me, one of my QDADs (quilt design a day) from the Stay Tuned Lyrics challenge on May 30, my Perspective quilt and a poster I saw at my sisters last week. I've asked them to lean more towards crisp/clear than pastel but feel free to mix. I loved Kari's poster colors from February. The block that I made her also falls along the lines of what has sparked my decision of what to ask for.
|my Block for Kari|
Construction: Ruler-free improvisational as well as traditional HST, circles, diamond, etc. I prefer to have pieced blocks but some needle turn appliqué is OK.
Size and quantity: Equivalent to two 12.5 blocks
As the blocks roll in I'll be sure to share. It also occurs to me that I didn't post the ones I made for Debbie in June in case you didn't see them on my IG and flickr feed. As I've said before I'm thrilled and honored to be part of this amazing bee. Being queen of it is kind of crazy - in a good way!
Absolutely love your palette!ReplyDelete
I'm thinking now.ReplyDelete
This is going to be fun!ReplyDelete
Agree with Debbie your Palette is my favorite so far, I think I like it better than my own! So I have pondered, sketched, journal-ed and I think I'm ready to create. Pulling fabric next! This month reminds me of being back in design school! I love it!ReplyDelete
I have to admit, this assignment has me a little scared. I'm not getting a good sense of what to do, so I have been stewing a while in thought.ReplyDelete