I'm taking part in a Curves class through Stitched in Color. We're only a few days into it, but I think it's going to be GREAT!
This week we are working on basic curves so today I got to make a scalloped bunting. The instructor, Rachel, said it would be an easy project and she didn't disappoint. It just took me a little bit of time this morning and this afternoon, and it was DONE!
I'm so happy to have finished a project today. I needed some project instant gratification. I have too many going on that are sssslllllooooowwww going. So nice to have such a quick start to finish time on a project. Aaahhhh...
I chose to do it in yellows, and grays, because one day I hope to decorate my little girl's room in those colors. Right now she is in the nursery downstairs, but when baby #2 is on the way I'll be moving her to a room upstairs. I've already started to refinish some furniture for her room and bought some material for cushions, but it's so nice to have a finished project for the room.
Know what else is great about this project? I used materials from my stash. Yep. For once I didn't buy new material for a project. :) I would have loved it with a soft yellow bias strip along the top, but didn't want to take the time to go to the store so I settled with the white. I used yellow thread though to sew the scallops to the bias tape. It was my little compromise.
Thanks to Rachel for holding such a great class!