Given how much I love to paint, this block should have been the very first one in the Make Art series. I think I was waiting for a moment of inspiration and motivation. It came to me as I unwrapped the recently-received brushes and paints. Very soon afterwards, I had the initial drawing finished.
I designed it so all the elements in the pattern are independently pieced. That way they can be stitched in random order. One or more elements of this pattern can also be used for different projects.
Perylene Green Forest Bookmark
Earlier in the year I made a decision to spend more time painting and returning to photography as I missed them terribly. I stayed true to my word. I painted a lot more this year and started the Wandering Camera linky party.
Instead of drawing with ink pens, I love to draw with quill pens because of the uneven lines they create. The Make Art series started with this Quill Pen quilt pattern.
I also love to write, and I express myself best in writing. I have been using fountain pens ever since my third year of primary school. As I was sewing the quill pen, I knew this fountain pen quilt pattern had to be the next one.
If you know an artist or a writer, they might love these. All the patterns are available in my shop.
The colours in the Artist Paintbox are based on my own favourite palette. I am thinking of framing these blocks instead of quilting them or using them for other sewing projects. My husband has already claimed the fountain pen as he also loves to write. It will go off to live in his office. I have another plan for the quill pen which I will share later. This one, I am very sure, will go on an empty space on my atelier wall.
Thank you for your lovely comments on the October Stories photos. Wandering Camera linky party is still open. You can link up your posts here.
Until next time and Happy Creating,
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