Finally, caught up here so here are the first weeks worth of designs for December. For the following designs, take a look at the library of associated palettes over on the Facebook page.
03 December: Out eating Sushi
This design originated from a pattern on the table at a sushi restaurant. I liked the lines and the blocks of the design.
04 December: Angled Architecture
Amy Gunson over @ Badskirt showed me a picture she had taken over of a building in Melbourne. There were these cool angles on the building which I isolated some of those designs into this one.
06 December: I Spy Window
What happens when you watch Return of the Jedi with your son, while doing quilt design a day? You see the circular window on the death star and it translates into this.
07 December: Pay Phone
This is the graphical presentation for the pay phone in the photo for inspiration.
08 December: Driftwood
This was the second design that represents driftwood, but I decided that this was my favorite of my driftwood interpretation.
The first one, was this…I like that pink square with the lines, however I prefer the simple nature of just the bottom right corner.
09 December: 60’s mod circles
Not a lot to say about this one – not really sure if I like this one.
10 December: Tudor Stripes
Inspired by Luis Sacilotto’s work, and really wanted to represent the Tudor black and white woodwork in a simple line design.
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all very cool designs – love your interpretations too
All very lovely!
Oooh I like that driftwood one too! And the Tudor Stripes!
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