Today’s Topic: Fantasy Flower Quilt Doodles
Good Morning, Quilters and Doodlers!
Doodles don’t have to be mindless meandering. Sometimes it’s better to have a plan when you begin doodling.
This month we will be following a plan to become better doodlers.
The goal is to then translate our doodles into quilt motifs.
Check out the other 2021 doodle lessons:
Add New Petal Shapes
Today, let’s create fantasy flowers by repeating the last two lessons with new petal shapes.
Start with a small spiral, and add elongated loops, a flame, and a modified heart shape.
Small Center Spirals, Large Center Spirals
New petals make all new motifs!
What happens when you add more layers while keep the petal shape the same?
Are YOU inspired to quilt?
Linen Pen Roll
I recently made this linen pen roll to keep my doodling tools organized.
First, I hemmed all the edges, then I folded the bottom edge up and stitched channels for the pens.
The twill tape wraps around the roll.
At first, the pens kept falling out of the top, so I added a top flap to protect the pens.
It is a fun afternoon project. (I may have to make one for my makeup!)
What about YOU?
How do you keep your pens and pencils organized?
Have YOU quilted any of your doodles?
We’d LOVE to hear!
Is YOUR real garden under a foot of snow like mine?
YOUR Fantasy Flower Gardener,
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