#100 Day Project

One of my goals is to learn how to thread sketch. At this time, I am “drawing” outlines with the thread as my pen. The #100 Day Project is a fun way to keep me practicing. I love making small things, so I chose to make these 2.5″ X 3.5″ fabric business cards. It is quite satisfying to see my stack of fabric cards grow.
Some of the cards will be hand stitched, and others will be thread sketched. I might start fabric painting some of them.

Today’s piece comes after a long day of making a rug, a lunch date, and going for a walk.
Thread Sketching
Big Yawn
Growing stack of fabric cards

April is Poetry month. My message board has a quote by Muriel Rukeyser.

3 thoughts on “#100 Day Project

    1. Most of the tutorials I visited recommended using Best Press Spray and steam ironing. The fabric I chose for my grandson had a combination of quilt shop fabric stash and JoAnn fabric. Since the slice rug was a practice run, I used a non-quilt shop fabric. I had found a Moda jelly-roll with the coffee theme, but only 29 strips are used, and I did not want that many leftover. I’m curious to see how the fabric holds out with use. I bought a Moda jelly-roll while on the Shop Hop, and I plan to use it for making me an area rug.

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