The Drunkard's Path block provides endless possibilities for design and with the addition of these new elements it seems like the possibilities have increased. Here are some samples that I made (they are hanging at the shop).
|This sample uses Asian inspired fabrics|
|30s Repros add fun to this one - it sort of reminds me of those adaptors I had to use in those old 45 records|
|This design reminds me of Art Deco fans|
|I call this one Millstone - stepping up the color/value placement helps to create a secondary design.|
|Here is the same pattern as with the 30 Repros - creating an entirely different look. What would happen if you switched out the lights for darks, and darks for lights - come and find out!|
|I call this one Waves - someone called it Falling Leaves - what would you call it?|
I hope you might consider taking the class (here is a LINK to the class schedule- the class is on page 3). The class meets for two sessions, September 15th and 29th from either 12-2 or 6-8. We will be dealing with color/value placement and block arrangement as well as different techniques for curve piecing. I am using a commercially available template which makes cutting out the pieces a breeze. Drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions and spread the word to others who you think might be interested.