I’m always up for a challenge. Stepping out of our comfort zone helps to stretch our creative minds. However… this one stretched me so far I felt like Gumby!
At our September Kaleidoscope meeting we all brought a yard of fabric and then proceeded to rip it into 5 parts. I got lost after the second rip, so I can’t tell you exactly how (or why) we ended up with what we did. This was my pile of “less than desirable” fabric pieces.
Our challenge was to make something using all 5 fabrics and bring it back in November.
This is the only thing I could come up with without tossing my cookies! Honestly, it is so bad I can hardly look at it.
On a fun note, I taught a potholder class last weekend to a really fun group in Yarmouth. I’m always please when I can teach at least one new thing to a class. There are many aspects of the potholder method that are important to master in order to assemble them properly. These gals aced them all!