I started with the paper exercises.
|2.11.st 2a (on left) and 2.11.st 2b (on right)|
|2.11.st 4a (left) 2.11.st 4b (centre) and 2.11.st 4c (right)|
|2.11.st 5a (top) and 2.11.st 5b (bottom)|
Finally I went on to use these to make stitched fabric samples.
Sample 1 was a simple, fairly symmetrical one, just to practise and get my eye in. I started with the "stack and whack" method mentioned in the course notes.
|2.11.sample 1 smooth side|
|2.11.sample 1 rough side|
|2.11.sample 2 radiating|
|2.11.sample 2 dangling|
|2.11.sample 3 first piecing|
|2.11.sample 3 second piecing|
|2.11.sample 3 third piecing (smooth side)|
|2.11.sample 3 third piecing (rough side)|
|2.11.sample 4 (side 1)|
|2.11.sample 4 (side 2)|
I started by making one large sample.
|2.11.B2 (side 1)|
|2.11.B2 (side 2)|