... and here we go:
This is a simple curve pieced landscape, called something like "A road without a beginning and an end". I wanted some realistic floral fabric for it and vaguely remembered seeing these poppies tat TWI, so I went there, but it was only left in a charm pack. So I had to take the charm pack and put several squares together (bet you can see the seams, but that was the only way) I hope they will get more discreet after quilting. Now I'm left with an almost full charm pack and I'm not sure what to do with it, although some ideas are creeping in. To begin with, I decided to use some of the squares in the freehand curve pieced border:
I actually like this collection, A Quiet Place by Fabric Freedom, it kind of strikes a chord with my current mood (or maybe it's just because the poppies are blooming now))).
The last of the workshop patterns is the goldfish:
Not as much contrast as I like, but I love how the floral fabric looks a bit like scales)) I think I will decorate it after quilting with sequins or something to add a little bit of sparkle and visual interest, so far it's about as languid as a fish )). The quilting lines in the tail and fins will hopefully help, too.
It also has its personal freehand curve pieced panel with more seaweed.
So, here they are all together:
Which is your favorite? Would you like to try out any of them? I'm thinking of making some pdf patterns available for download here, but I need time for that.