And I do mean lots! Thirteen of them.
They are so quick to stitch that I can’t just make one!
They’re much healthier than snack food.
And that moment when each star is finished is such fun!
I still can’t believe that one piece of fabric produces stars that are all so different from the others.
I’m not trying to pick any favourites in this group.
Because each one is a favourite.
It’s going to be such fun when it comes time to set these.
Finding the perfect setting fabric will be the first step.
I’m leaning towards using a solid white.
Or perhaps a silvery grey.
Although I said I wasn’t picking a favourite, this one just might be it.
Once I decide on the setting fabric, then I’ve got to decide on the setting.
There are three setting ideas that are possibilities. And I only have about 15 more to make and all the butterfly kaleidoscope stars will be made. Two yards of fabric and no waste at all. Fussy printing with Inklingo made these so easy to do. And once these are done then I’m going to allow myself to start to play with that crazy pottery fabric.
“Stars.” Once I saw the ‘toon, I realized that perhaps a dark blue would be the perfect setting fabric.
Baxter was on guard duty by his toy basket.