Including some where you'll think I've gone insane.
|Made with triangular trimmings from the Seville quilt I made for Mum this Christmas...|
But it became this. Tiny, but mighty! The trick to getting it to lay flat. STEAM. Much steam.
And there's this one.
|Made with the trimmings from binding mitres. I have no idea why I kept them...|
And I tried out my fancy curve sewing foot. This one turned out great. Subsequent ones did not and I will need to do far more practice...
|Curves scare the bejeezus out of me. If I offended you with "bejeezus", be glad you didn't hear what I said when sewing the curves....|
And then, I played around with the embroidery stitches. I figured the root of my philosophy on education needs to be in there somewhere. This phrase is something my mother said years ago when Seester and I were discussing the variances in curfew and rules for each of us.
|Bad lighting + Steam iron brown gunk + water to wash out brown gunk = crappy photo.|
For every student, the teacher they need. A little cheesy? Possibly. Do I believe it like the naive idealist I am? Absolutely.
Anyone have any ideas on other blocks and techniques I should try? This is about "learning", after all... :-) Thank you to those folks who volunteered their time and talents for this project - I'm so thrilled to have you as a part of it! More progress to come...