But they are now complete and I am rather pleased with them. They are so easy to put together and use up any number of odd scraps. I don't do any planning for them beyond a mental game of teaming up the fabrics, and then I just let them evolve - mixing and matching velvet with ticking, vintage florals with classic ginghams as I go. The fabric linking these four together is denim, recycled from various jeans. Taking inspiration from Japanese Boro textiles and the quilts of Gees Bend I included seams, distressed hem lines and flip sides to show seam construction.
May be I should run a workshop and get everyone stitching these fun designs?
|Slithers of fabric too small even for mice to make waistcoats from|
|Three blue themed cushion covers|
|Detail showing print guide from selvedge of one of the fabrics|
and inside jeans seam
|Ticking and denim with floral detail from ancient curtain|
|Jeans seam with spots and checks and stripes|
|Ticking and denim detail|