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Collection: Synergy 0007 - Time Travel
I live in Michigan's Upper Peninsula with my hubby and four kids. YES - feel free to sell items made with my fabric, wallpaper, and giftwrap!
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Endless ribbons of an unrolled clock, in sunflower gold and orange.
Endless ribbons of an unrolled clock, in gold and orange.
This design belongs to the Synergy Challenge Collection: Synergy0007
TIME TRAVEL, and coordinates with other designs in the project. You may sell anything you produce using fabric purchased from the collection. Learn more about this project at The Synergy Challenge Project This is a palette-restricted project using the colors:
000000 (black), ffffff (white), c9f1ed (pale blue), d9d9da (pale gray), 99999a (gray), ff5000 (orange), ffc500 (sunflower), and explores the concept of " Time Travel."
My other Time Travel coordinates are here.
time travel (191),
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thank you, Boo and Gabriella!
Posted almost 2 years ago.
Fantastic design Kelly, so vibrant and interesting! Love it!
thank you, Sharon!
thanks Brigid and Sylvie! Yep, this one is what I'm going to enter in the Clocks. I had visions of making a new design, but time didn't permit... (no pun intended)...
Interesting design Kelly! Are you going to enter it into the Clock contest? I think it's great :-)
Weavingmajor, That's interesting about the numbers on a clock face being upside down. I guess they are that way sometimes! Ah well I think you have a good idea chalking it up to the effects of 'time travel'. ;)
Posted about 3 years ago.
Hi Brigid, thanks! This was taken from a freeware graphic of a vintage clock face, and I didn't notice the numbers being backwards, but you're right! The 6, 7 and 8 are all upside-down on the actual clock (which now that I think of it is also pretty unusual) - so maybe they reversed the numbers so that they looked 'right' upside down? Maybe I'll declare that to be part of my 'time travel' idea!
Are these a different kind of Roman Numerals than I was taught, because to me it looks like the 6, 7, and 8 are kind of backwards?
Very attractive design.
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