I'm still only making very slow progress on my kindle pouch for the rainbow scrap challenge, but hey some is better than none right?One evening earlier this week saw me sorting through the blue scraps box, trying to decide exactly how I wanted to use them in my pouch design. Then all of a sudden it came to me.I recently signed up for this class given by the hugely talented Jude Hill. If you haven't visited her blog before grab yourself a cuppa sit back, read and enjoy here.
I have to confess that I haven't had any time as yet to really explore the wonderful ideas and techniques detailed in the class, but I figured this project would be perfect to start me off playing with a bit of cloth weaving.The great thing about using this idea is there is no precise, accurate, time-consuming cutting required. Torn strips and fraying edges are all a part of creating your surface cloth.The two sides of my pouch have been roughly woven together. I just need to get these stitched down with a few stabilising stitches, trimmed back and then I can start the real fun - adding images and stitch to create the story of my piece.