Here's the first panel. I will leave all the rows unsewn until the final weeks of putting everything together since I might move rows around from one panel to another. Also, I might find a miss-spelling that I will need to correct (yes, this happened before!) There are two words that can't be easily read (gold and Neal) so I will probably replace these and not use pink or tan fabric in any other panels going forward. On an artistic note, I find it valuable to photograph my work so I can see the value and make any corrections I need before finishing the piece.
Thought I would take you on my journey to create a new fiber art piece for the Denver Health commission so here is where I am today.
After taking a class with Judith Cassel-Mamet this August, I've gotten back into watercolor painting.
Carol Ann Waugh
I am a fiber artist and love color and texture!