Sunday, October 21, 2018

The Wrong Road

About 10 days ago, I posted this on the blog,
and pointed out the strong diagonal from the light background block on the left, to the white tree on the right. I said it was going to go.

I removed the white tree on the right. I felt it was enough. Before there was a continuous light streak. I felt removing the light tree broke it up. Starsthatblaze disagreed. It didn't bother me THAT much.

Except the more I thought about it, the more it annoyed me. So I removed that light yellow green and replaced it.

The new tree still had to be light, but I think it's better. I could have removed both trees with that light green batik-y background, but I liked the lightness they brought to the overall design.

This is all but one row. I sewed all these panels together into one big chunk, THEN removed the bright yellow tree and replaced it with the less bright fabric.

Because, you know, Starsthatblaze reminded me of a quote I have tacked up on my inspiration wall.


5 comments:

Dorothy Finley said...

Love the quote

Quiltdivajulie said...

Fabulous quote! Excellent post to illustrate the facts.

stitchinpenny said...

I sometimes think I understand your references to problems you see, but this is an illustration that I am always off in left field. The quilt is amazing and how you get there doesn't have to include may understanding, just keep doing what you do.

Mary Van Kleeck said...

I really like it, it’s so interesting watching your process 😊

starsthatblaze said...

Thank you for showing us your process. I certainly did not mean to criticize your design or cause you any angst. I was just trying to understand more about your use of color, which is so wonderful! By the way, my name is Starr.