I'm in the third week of Curves Class, and it's fun! I love what Rachel is offering us. And I'm learning a lot. Especially just to keep going even if things become difficult, because it'll turn out alright. Or you can always get out the seam ripper, and start again.
I want to show off what I've made so far.
That was fun and easy to make. And it came at a great moment because it was finished and hanging in my sewing room when I had my birthday a week ago. I used some of the FQ pack of Echo by Lotta Jansdotter that I was saving for something special.
Then came the Clamshell Pillow. I had a lot of fun selecting fabrics for that. The background is a mix of linen and silk that I bought in China last year, and the scallops are all fabrics with one color on white. I love how it turned out!
After this we went on with improv curves. I made some notecards, that I'm not too sure about... To me they look a bit messy and wrong instead of purposely curved.
I was hoping that continuing with a bigger project would make the curves look more like deliberate swirly lines instead of just crooked sewing lines. I think it worked! I made the Rainbow Road table runner and I love it!
This week we are starting with precise curves, and I can't wait for the first project! I'll show you soon!