The start of a new project is an exciting endeavor. The part I love most is the development of the idea and the gathering of supplies. My process is intuitive, so I am open to change as the project progresses. Inspiration is everywhere, which makes it hard for me to focus on one thing and bring it to fruition. This post is an exercise in my dedication to design and completion of an Appliqué quilt.
This is the beginning.
Usually, I have completed the project before I post in the blog. Why do I do this, you wonder? It gives me the option of abandoning a project if I lose interest, or if the result is less than satisfactory. Nobody would know I gave up. Now I have no option to abandon. You’re all part of it. Let’s begin together.
Today I’m going to code all the pieces. Then I can choose fabrics! Colors! Fun! Along the way color, shapes and content of composition will be edited . I hope you stick with me as I work through my creative process. I bet together we will acquire skill and knowledge. Let’s hope, anyway.
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