Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Time for my take on Anne Brooke's weekly Tag challenge. Week 42 : Tag on a tag (on a tag). I had a lovely piece of selvedge fabric that led to my gatherings of green and soft yellow. I wanted my layers to be pretty and spring-like. I added lace and a heart from my recent collage fodder play with the word WONDER. This was a joy to make and I'm delighted with the pieces individually and layered up.
Friday, October 15, 2021
Fodder School, I finally had time to play with lessons from Wendy Solganik's Wonky Bits Class.
This is my first batch and I'm sure there'll be more. This class has inspired me in all sorts of ways and is still available if you want to enrol.
It looks like Fodder School ‘21-’22 sign ups are reopened! Not sure how long this will last so run over there straight away if you want in!
This weekend is also the beginning of Laly's FREE Abstract Colour Challenge class - open October 15-22 as an enticer for her latest class, Soulful Abstracts.
While I won't join the full class (my plate is already over-filled!), I do love Laly's teaching and hope to enjoy some fun with this over the weekend before I head back to work on Monday and the crazy that is Term 4 at school.
I hope you have a lovely weekend with time to do what makes you happy.
Tuesday, October 12, 2021
Time for my take on Anne Brooke's weekly Tag challenge. Week 41 : Bullion Knots. This one evolved in combination with my recent collage fodder makings and a comment by a viewer that got me thinking....I used gloss gel medium to glue my thin paper flower to my fabric. It didn't all stick down, but enough for me to stitch through. I did a few bullions and then added some pistil stitches and fly stitch.