I thought it was time I started a new English Paper Piecing project. There were several candidates in the ring, but The Passacaglia by Wyllyne Hammerstein has won. I thought this was a good project to use my stash, completely massacre it with some fussy cutting, as well as leaving the option open to buy fabric that was considered 'essential' for the project when out and about. Naturally I was slightly influenced by Wendy's divine interpretation. Here is my progress so far. The colour choice seems to be infinite and I have changed my mind so many times already.
Back in the summer I purchased the book and the templates from Sew and Quilt. There are only five shapes for the whole quilt which keeps it simple, but allows you to stroke fabric all day whilst choosing your colour combinations. I don't have a particular colour scheme in mind, it will be dictated by my stash and therefore I expect it to grow organically.
|Sew and Quilt Acrylic Templates - La Passacaglia|
So there you go. I think the most difficult challenge will be not losing the acrylic templates!
Joining up with Kathy at Slow Stitching Sunday!