But at least the pieces are now stitched down. I think the only reason I am this far on this piece is that we had 2 snow days this week. I am so far behind in the classes that I teach due to this weather. Can’t wait for this winter to be over!
Now I have to work on February’s lesson for Elizabeth Barton’s master class. The lesson this month is to make a quilt showing motion. Our 3 sketches are due by Feb 10. I have to get them done now or I won’t make the deadline.
I guess I am fascinated with the motions created by the wind because all three of my sketches are of the wind. I teach meteorology so I guess that should not be a big surprise. Two of the sketches are of trees blowing in the wind and one is of windmills blowing in the wind.
Diagonal tree branches showing motion.
Windmills with blades oriented different directions to imply that the windmills are spinning and not spinning in synch.
I wonder what Elizabeth will say about these sketches. Will she say that they show motion or not? Will she say the compositions are good or not? Isn’t it funny how we want the approval of our teachers?
What do you think? Do these show motion? Thanks as always for stopping by and reading my blog.
Visit Nina-Marie’s Off the Wall Friday to see wonderful quilt art.