By DRG Publishing
Create stories you and your loved ones will consider for future years. All 21 tasks are made with measurement 10 crochet cotton thread and comprise a tree skirt, angelic tree topper and pineapple garland.
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Once you get started slicing, dicing, and combining, it’s like eating chips—you just can’t stop. As long as you can cut strips freehand and sew them together, you’re on your way! You can expect your path to meander as you take this journey, since there is no map. ” is the most important question you can ask yourself as you create original work. If you make those two words your mantra as you work, a world of possibilities will open up for you. You can’t make a mistake, because you can always add, delete, or slice apart what you’ve made.
She had no issues with color; she used up her leftover yarns, threads, and fabrics in the next project, storing the bits left and using them again. If she had orange, purple, olive, and fuchsia leftovers, she used them together without worrying whether they “went” or not. Of course they “went”! Why shouldn’t they? Any colors can work together if you use Nanny’s fearless approach. fearless colorï»¿ 53 In her hands, the classic redâ•›/â•›green combination became hot pinkâ•›â•›/â•›â•› acid green, while green and yellow became turquoise and bronze.
For now, just make what pleases you and don’t worry about how you will use it later. C R E AT E Y O U R O W N F R E E - F O R M Q U I LT S fearless color anything goes Whether for sewing, knitting, embroidery, or crochet, my grandmother always had a needle in her hand. She had no issues with color; she used up her leftover yarns, threads, and fabrics in the next project, storing the bits left and using them again. If she had orange, purple, olive, and fuchsia leftovers, she used them together without worrying whether they “went” or not.