|Oh my darlin' Clementine!|
Look at her... so happy and fun lovin'. Don't you want to be friends with her? I know I do.
Fresh like a clementine orange!
Her likes are "cavorting, dancing, chewing cud, and painting her hooves"
Dislikes are "stick in the muds who can't let their milk down"
These fabrics didn't make the "cut" but will surface again with the teapots betcha! (except for that one with the metallic stars that melt when ironed...don't know what I can do with that gorgeous stuff)
|on becoming a cow...|
It occurs to me I could explain how I choose fabrics for a project...
I lay out the fabrics in about the proportions needed. I don't lay them out in equal amounts or in yardage if I am using that.
Color and print are relative to each other, so I make decisions according to the final proportions of a block.
I ALLOWED myself to use fabric scraps I've hoarded for a long time. I admit to going into the stash yardage for the face daisy batik although it had already been hacked into. It is a favorite because of the mix of color with an orange ground, and the print just makes me happy.
The last few cows...happy cows....