Progress is happening on the PaintBrush Studio project (sketch and fabric here). First I got permission to change the background. Glad to know the option remains to select from the whole of Paintbrush Palette–though they supply only from their selection.
And the beginning looked just like the picture in my head.
I’m really glad I could use that grayer blue, called Haze.
Then I finished the top.
The fourth row doesn’t please me quite so much. Looking at the whole piece of fabric, I ddn’t see it so white as it became once cut up. Do any of you have tricks to help see that difference? I am not disappointed enough to do any ripping, as usual. Nor do I think I’ll make another top with one change. But if I were, I’d make the fourth row of 4-inch squares of the backing fabric (shown in the above linked previous post). It will be better with the red binding.
On to making the back.