Eva Marie supplied a different white on white for each of us to be used in the background. We supply the kelp fabric. It is supposed be low volume, cream or white, solid or print, BUT, needs to contrast enough with the background to show up.
|The fabric on the left is an old Lonni Rossi design I found in my stash. My white background is a little white twig shape on white. No photograph does it justice. I find a certain symmetry in using Rossi fabrics in a Rossie quilt.|
|Here are my three strip sets ready to be cut into pieces as described in the RossieCrafts tutorial.|
|Segments making their way to the design wall.|
Eva Marie requested one frame shape (at least) to be included. The directions for the frame shapes are not in the tutorial, but making them is pretty self explanatory.
|I might play a bit with the arrangement as I think through how it might be balanced with the Kelp blocks other members in the Bee are completing.|