April Showers has been quilted and I went with a hidden edge. The envelope finish works here as the wall hanging isn't too big. I also like the idea of unending chains. ;^)
I had picked a palette for April Showers, my next wall hanging. I was tempted by some cute umbrellas that I saw but I stuck with the stash, a low volume selection. I cut slices after roughly figuring amounts. My math is most always all over the place so we'll see. I don't have a lot of these kinds of fabrics and I'm feeling stingy! lol
I tried just sewing strips randomly end to end but I spent a lot of time unsewing. :( It would maybe work on a much bigger project but I do find I am very happy auditioning strips and then going off to sew them together and then whacking off where the next one should go. Now as I'm nearing the other edge I need to get some not so random balance happening. This is my favourite way of working. I don't stress but I like to feel I am getting some flow happening. Hopefully I can get the strips joined to each other by next Wednesday.
My friend Sherry, who shares her creative bliss here tells me this is the month to write letters. I thought about it last year and this year I am going to do it. Here are my first postcards. I'm thinking quick, easy, and that soon there will be blue sky and green grass! :)
If you want to see what the gals scattered randomly across Canada are doing you can visit them by clicking on TN&TN and then with purpose or randomness you can click on their thumbnails. It would be a kindness!