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Collection: Chevron or Zig Zag
I am a self taught graphics dabbler.
Try out the tags below for various styles of some of my designs. The second link below is a sample of my "feminine" designs as demo of using the tags.......
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I had an order of the gift wrap arrive today............I can't bear to cut it though.
I've been using sturdy storage type boxes and covering the top and the box so that we can keep the boxes and not have to tear or unwrap a gift. You simply remove the top off the box
and then have it re-use for other gift giving. I use these boxes at home for my daughter's gifts.
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Zig Zag Stained Glass :
Posted over 3 years ago.
Thanks ya'll. It almost seems to take on a life of its with all that color. I've had a lot of fun trying to figure out a way to be less typical with zig zag. You wouldn't think there'd be so many ways to vary a geometric effect.
Posted almost 4 years ago.
beautiful! the colors are exquisite and once again I'm impressed by how many variations you've made on zig-zag... real variations and not just changing colors!
Really stunning, love all the colours and jsut the right amount of white to break it all up!
That makes me smile! Thank you Rhonda!
There are so many delicious colour flavours to taste in this design, Joan! The fabric would look spectacular wherever it was used!
Thanks so much Carole!
Oh my gosh! All your chevrons are lovely as well.
Janiece I love the vision of that! I was in my funky frame of mind when pulling this one to gether.................
I ordered this fat quarter last fall during the buy one get one deals. I wanted to see it in large scale. It is under the older color profile and I liked it quite a bit. My hand is in the photo as a scale comparison. (The design was hanging on my outside metal door, held there with magnets, so my hand was the easiest to do for scale comparison and still hold the camera).
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Zig Zag Stained Glass :
Thanks Elmira! It can be reduced in scale if needed for something smaller. But I do like being able to see the different slivers of color in the larger scale.
I love it. This would make such a pretty dress especially if the designer cut the bottom off in the zig zag pattern and hemmed it with that way. What fun!
I'm smiling as I read this.............simply because I reduced the scale to this size a few minutes ago just before listing it. So it is actually larger than this. I mainly think in terms of purses/bags...........pillows, etc. I am very similar to your style of keeping home decor for long term also, so I do understand. I came across a show awhile back that had demonstrated how quilters could really maximize their fabric for quilting by choosing huge scale designs in bold color combos. They used a crop tool to illustrate how to have amazingly different aspects of a single piece of fabric (colors, shapes, etc.) The lady in the shop used a piece of not really attractive fabric so much, but it has multi-color street scenes in humongous scale. It really fascinated me that a person could twist and turn it to pull these effects to have a quilt that looked dramatically different from the original fabric. So that inspired me on to the large pieces. I am always happy to adjust the scale for clothing, if anyone has a need though. It is just difficult on here to have enough pieces proofed to display them in all the various use options. That is cool that you add clothing every month. I do mine through thrift stores and keep them forever, so I am different in that respect. I have found humongous scaled fabric designs on 2012 spring runway fashions though...........so I can see those fashions in some of these designs. (wish I sewed and could do up some of those cool runway dresses from these).
Posted over 4 years ago.
These things are just gorgeous--all those colors. You know that being an artist means that one is insanely excitable over colors. My only criticism (and I mean this positively) is that they are in such a large scale that they can't really be used for much more than home decor kind of projects (curtains, tablecloth, bedspreads etc). I have lived in my house 20 years and it has the same curtains as when I moved in. I don't replace those twice a year. But I add clothes every month. I suggest a smaller scale for some of these so they aren't only for long distance use.
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