At times like these when my rosy outlook takes a little detour I usually come back to basics – simple geometric shapes and marks. No color.. just black and white.
It is my hope that the wonderful combination of all these shapes will eventually come together and find their place somewhere in my surface pattern design.
The days have been busy here. The ski season is slowly coming to an end, but the competitions are still on. Travel to other mountains, school trips and spring break have left me with little time to sit uninterrupted to create. I have been trying to change my ways and create in clumps of time, but I still find that my best time is when I have nothing pressing or beckoning me away from my work.
There really is nothing better than a long stretch of uninterrupted time to sit and create. I think most of us can agree on that!
I am (slowly) working on my next collection for Modern Yardage – MeadowBlush. Taking inspiration from my geometrics, I enjoyed combining different geometric shapes to make up the flowers and other elements involved in this design.
I can imagine them on outdoor pillows, children’s bedding, a sweet little summer dress…
I think some ladybugs are also in order for spring. I may also throw in some butterflies and I don’t doubt that some seeds and pods will also end up in the collection. They seen to end up in all my work.
My MeadowBlush fabric collection will be coming to Modern Yardage month end, right in time for spring.
Have you had a look at my 101 projects to make with one yard of fabric pinboard? You can find it on Pinterest here
If you are like me and finding it hard to find long hours of uninterrupted time then this might be the answer to your sewing and crafting creations.
I am heading off today to one of my favorite places – the Big Island of Hawaii. Time to feed the soul and the senses. Pop back next week for some visual inspiration, or if you just need a hit of sunshine!