If you follow my blog regularly, you'll know that I have been working much paler recently, and am now adding a little brightness to that... to give a new spin to my design work!
Here's a series of images showing how the new slow bag design - Boogie - is developing so far.
The pattern for giving the cloth a new spin.
Drawn out in... yes, Kaye you guessed it... biro!
The first blade stitched and cut (the reverse applique technique that I am so fond of using).
The second blade stitched and cut.
The second blade stitched and cut, and shot on one of those clever angles that always makes work look 100 x more interesting than it might ordinarily appear to be ;}
The third blade stitched and cut.
The final blade stitched and cut.
Here's the first upcycled denim patch with all the blades finished.
Now for some kantha!
Photoshopping... a sneak preview of where this is headed.
The reverse of the reverse applique. Not too messy.
First patch done! How great is that?
P.S. Eben, incase you're reading this, "hOney, I used your old jeans!" Love from Mum xxx