You may find this surprising, but I'm not a big fan of hot weather . . . . or maybe it's high humidity. Regardless of which it is, it has a serious impact on my energy level. But yesterday found me with a deadline to face and a need to sew in spite of my compromised energy level. I needed to prep for a workshop with a new tool from Marti Michell -- her Multi-size Tessalated Windmill tool.
But I'm so hot and sleepy -- I don't want to make that many decisions. IDEA!! I could use one print for every other windmill -- that means I only have to pick 12 fabrics. Half as much work.
The key to using more of the fabric you already own is definitely to make it as accessible as possible. Have you ever thought that your stash is the best assortment of fabric in the world? Well, it is personally selected for you by you and you do have good taste, don't you? But if's it's hard to find the right stuff, you don't have it organized for easy access. It might be something to redo about your stash!?!
And the tool and the instructions? Excellent, as always!! I recommend it!!
P. S. I thought you might like to meet one of my "supervisors" -- he makes sure I'm not cheating on my fabric calculations!!
Back to the machine!!