We start off today with some intentions of remembering that just because someone else is really good at something, doesn’t mean we are not. We all have different strengths in many different areas. One person being very good at something doesn’t say anything about our own self.
This Week’s Lesson
The lesson this week is about putting fabrics in color order and a little bit about light versus dark when it comes to making your blocks pop or not, whichever you prefer. If you are into rainbow quilts, you may already know how to color order fabrics. But if you are like me and not that into them, it doesn’t mean color order is not for us too. Try it out. I think you’ll enjoy it.
Charlotte’s Fusible Web is a new to me product. It takes the place of interfacing or adhesive when working on raw edge applique. The major benefit I have found is that it takes away the bulk or stiffness caused by those materials. When using Charlottes’ Fusible Web you simply have two fabrics on top of each other and nothing else.
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