It was hard to get back started on my Free Motion Challenge after a 6 break. But once I got started, I was good to go.
First thing I did was finish the clam shells and circles in my wavy patch that I had started last week. I then moved on to do a feather (see demonstration below), then on to some Mctavishing and a wavy crosshatch. I really need to study the McTavishing. I like the look of it, but I need to understand how it's done and how to get out of a corner etc.
So, I'll add this little sampler to my little pile of samples that need to be bound.
Last week, one of the girls in the challenge asked how to make a split in a feather. I had been looking at my Dianne Gaudynski' book and in her feather diagram, I noticed that she puts a nice little tear shaped feather in the middle of the split. That way, you can feather on each side of the teardrop.
Do you see what I mean?
Thanks For Noticing :)
1 day ago