Thursday, 18 August 2016

Keeping track

Given that my floor space is still otherwise occupied I am taking more photos than usual as I play, to try and keep track of things that I have to pick up and put away, so here are two things I've thought about today.  I am wondering about ways of combining the vertical, horizontal and diagonal lines from the flag with the quarter circle block.

I've tried this:


and this:

Maybe these look a bit too heavy and the proportions of the diagonal strip aren't right, but I'm not sewing anything new until I'm sure I want it, otherwise at some point I'm pretty much bound to run out of fabric.

7 comments:

  1. Have you tried it with the strips placed horizontally at the top of the block and vertically down the left hand side. I guess this would make it into more of a traditional look than you are looking for. What if the diagonals were thinner?

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  2. I love these triangle sections in the circles. I'm feeling like there's quite a bit of blue, but I know by now that I have to be patient and let you fiddle through. :-) Can't wait to see what you come up with!

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  3. Adding the little blue triangles makes a tremendous difference. You are going in the right direction. Going on the diagonal works for me.

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  4. Adding the little blue triangles makes a tremendous difference. You are going in the right direction. Going on the diagonal works for me.

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  5. I have very limited floor space, so I depend on photos quite a lot. I like the second one a bit better. To me, it focuses more on the circle and the triangles. They are both beautiful though.

    -Soma

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  6. Ohhhh, the plot is thickening, getting very involved, I'll be back to see more.

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  7. Oooh i like this! Love those blue triangles

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