Since I already had the pieces laid out on my studio floor, I decided to sew them together.
It all looked well until I got close-up to the Sunflower fabric and saw it had two tiny holes in it. I couldn’t use it as it was, so I did what I do with fabric that is torn or stained, I cut it up using the holes as a guide.
This is what it looked like after that and I couldn’t wrap my head around it the way it was…
So I turned it on its side and somehow it made more sense to me and I could see what it needed next.
By the end of the day, I turned it back the way I had it originally and kept at it. This is what it looked like when I left my studio.
5 thoughts on “Bees and Sunflowers”
You have such a gift for seeing how fabrics come together! I always enjoy watching your quilts evolve into a beautiful original work of art!
So pretty! I love the colors!
Do you see some of the fabric in it that you sent me Fran?
Yes, Maria, I see it! 🙂