I was once again reminded of this working in my studio today. I start playing with the colors and curves of fall - listening to Harry Potter's Goblet of Fire - and the next thing you know 6 hours had gone by and the quilt top was laid out.
It been fun playing with improvisational curves again. I can't believe how easy they are to do these days. I really need to play with them more! Now that I got the basic design of this wallhanging done, I can also see why I wanted to do two of them. Exploring simple shape in this non-threatening faux traditional styling has captured my imagination. Plus this is fast becoming one my favorite palettes. Sniff - Sniff - do I smell the whiff of a new series?!?! ('cause ya know - that's what I really need LOL!! )
I'm still thinkin' about switching out the green stem block. One part of me says that its a distraction since it has such a chunky and solid feeling compared to the other stems. The other part of me says that it has an anchoring feel to it. Tessa gave me some wise advice - just make another one and see which you like better. Smart isn't she?!
So what have you been up to creatively?