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Welcome To My Blog

Hi everyone and Welcome To My Blog 🙂

I will be discussing a variety of subjects within this blog. Knowing myself as well as I do, I will most likely get diverted in various directions from time to time, however, I will do my best to stay on track.

So as not to repeat myself as to how this journey began, I will redirect you back to the Homepage where I have posted an overview of this journey. You are also welcome to read a bit more about me here. I have arrived here in a very round-a-bout way but I am so very happy now that I am here.

The following images are two simple table runners, each runner is built on the same quilt block. The difference is in the fabrics used (obviously 🙂 and the placement and/or weight of the different colours in the fabrics and the rotation of the pieces. I could use this simple block as a basis for a Tangled Line Art piece. It would be interesting to see how obvious the quilt block would (or wouldn’t be?). If I did two Tangled Line Art pieces based on the same block, would they be the same or different?

Welcome To My Blog - Sample Runner 1
Runner 1
Welcome To My Blog - Sample Runner 2
Runner 2

How would I go about doing this?

Over the next few posts I will be creating two Tangled Line Art pieces. Each piece will use the same block I have used in these quilts as the base block for the Tangled Line Art piece. I will be posting progress pictures along with a brief overview of my thought process. I an hoping to create two completed pieces that look completely different, despite the fact that they are both based on the same block.

What would happen if I used that same block as a base again but left a narrow border between the blocks? What if I used that same block as a base for a ‘Zentangle’ piece?

Doh! getting sidetracked already… Let me go back to starting one piece with the same base block and completing that piece first.  🙂

I will be back  after the Christmas period to begin this project.

In the meantime, can you find the repeated blocks in the quilts?

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