Sewing by Lamplight
Richard Emil Miller (1875-1943)
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TABLET DOODLES FOR THE CRAFTSY LESSONS
Throughout the video, I doodle before I sew each motif. For the purposes of video instruction, I use a Wacom Cintiq Tablet throughout the class. Back at the ranch, I always doodle on paper–loose leaf, notebooks, etc.
I like the “tooth” of markers on paper.
DOODLE LESSON: CHANGE ONE THING
Today we are continuing our series, Better Quilting Through Doodling.
(Find all previous doodle lessons HERE.)
I have an EASY RECIPE for doodling today:
Change One Thing!
Start with any simple shape.
Use one of the Free Motion Quilt Tutorials as a prompt…
like the Anchor from this week.
Change one thing…then keep going!
PS.. The background quilt is an example of a Diagonal Composition (see Craftsy video). It was stitched on my BERNINA 770QE with Aurifil cotton in the bobbin and Sulky rayon 40wt on top.
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Pop some popcorn,
Unroll a few tootsie rolls!
“Let’s get started!”