Eads Quilt Along #4: Color Moods.
Do you get in color moods? I feel like I do all the time, and this week was a reminder of that for me. While sewing away, I thought about how different any project would shape up depending on the color mood that you’re in depending on the time you sit down to sew.
Before sewing up these 10 blocks, I was really set on sewing with the greens that originally drew me in. That’s what I started with, and as I sewed, I became enticed also by teals, blues and some other goodies.
This week was really fun, as I caved to some momentary color cravings.
+ Notice how your surroundings, general mood and/or momentary experiences can affect your palette. Paying attention can pay off.
+ If there’s a color or fabric that you’re really excited about—use it! Seeing and sewing with something you’re excited to use will not only make the project fun, but I’ll bet it’ll give you ideas and excitement for moving forward.