I practiced piecing curves and making intersections meet and achieving accurate 1/4 seam allowances and a few other techniques. I've had to relearn my sewing machine too. For some time all the Janome was used for was sewing on facings and making sleeves.
As I was designing and thinking of colors and fabrics for the compositions, I realized that not many of the pieces of fabric I had in the house matched what I was seeing I'm in my head. I picked these out because that sort of fit.
And there I was thinking the last time I posted that I would work with what I had on hand. HAH!!! Truth was, the fabrics I had on hand was purchased mainly to be used as backs for the work I painted.
So off I went yesterday to buy fabric that works with my vision. All I brought was Kona solids.
Had one 1 yard bold of Kona PFD in the house so I spent some time in the garage dyeing some colors to go with the Kona colors I purchased yesterday. I am also waiting from some I ordered online to arrive as well. Looks like I am back to building a fabric stash again.
I roll out of bed now, ready to go to the studio instead of to the treadmill first thing.
Don't fear, I am still walking religiously. Just doing it either before lunch or at the end of the day an hour after supper.
Will let you see what's on the design wall when it is more than a vision in my head.