Remember this horrible day? When it all came crashing down? It stayed there for a few days because I didn't have the heart to touch it. Then it got rolled up and stuffed on a shelf until I had time. Well, not that I had time, but my brain was fried from math and I couldn't concentrate on anything else. So I worked on this.
It was a little crazy. I had a picture of what half of it looked like, but I hadn't taken a picture of the whole thing (or at least I can't find it), the second half took a little longer because I had to read the code to put it together! I'm not sure if I mentioned it, but this is a love letter. Each fabric stands for a letter of the alphabet. (When putting it together I found 2 missewn words. I left the misspellings that were written in the letter, but I found 2 where I had replaced an 'n' with an 'm' and one where I forgot an 'e')
They were very much crumpled. I had to iron them all. I got lazy, however, and ironed straight on the table (with the batting in between). DON'T DO IT! The steam got into the varnish and created white spots. So I spent the last 30 minutes blow drying my coffee table. (I should have continued reading the site that said it would probably clear up on its own in a few days). The blow dryer worked pretty well. I focused on one little area at a time and wiped it down to pick up some of the moisture.
But I finished putting everything back in the right order. And this time, I pinned them all on that batting so until I figure out what to put as the spacing fabric (which I'm thinking a dark gray/chalkboard color) those pieces aren't going anywhere. This word is my favorite. It's rainbow, just because the code happened to make it that way. Love it.
Can't wait to go the fabric store and get some fabric to bring all this together. Any other ideas on what to put in between the words? I love ideas!
See you soon!
(With a love letter sewn?)