Last year I decided to join the 100 Day Project—in which you do something creative everyday for 100 days and post about it each day. I lasted about a week.
This year, just before the challenge began, I heard an interview with the person who formalized and popularized the challenge. I decided to join in again but this time with a plan.
I’ve been fussing around with watercolor and have had some hits and misses as a result. I thought the 100 Day Project would be a good framework to develop my watercolor skills and so I set myself up to create a tiny watercolor each day for 100 days. As of today—day 29—I have a new appreciation for setting a goal sticking with it!
I also got out my favorite fabric and whipped up another shopping tote.
Although I designed this project to be made with two 1/2 yard pieces of fabric, I think it’s successful with pieced fabric as well.
And while wondering what the next garment pattern that I purchase should be I decided to make another Finlayson sweater out of sweatshirt fabric.
And…a bit of a surprise! A photo and project description I submitted to Handwoven magazine many months ago appeared in their newsletter this week. Fun!
Be well, Adam.