Transient

FRANCES has been piecing together a new quilt design. This pattern was inspired from a magazine, but she must still select the fabrics and consider how they fit together to make up the finished product.  Cloth fabric comes in many different hues, tones, and patterns, so she must consider many combinations before settling on the final design.  To help with this process, we use a design wall (i.e., stretched fabric frame) so she can assemble the pieces and examine many combinations for the final quilt.  It's a challenging process, but helpful to "visualize" the eventual project before stitching the quilt together.

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AuthorRich Monroe