Monday is reveal day for the Second Quarter Fiber Art Challenge! I'm excited to show you what I decided to create and am hopeful I'll be able to see the projects of some readers! If you want to review the Second Quarter Challenge, the post explaining it is here. And if you want to know more about the Fiber Art Challenges, see this post here.
And if you want a head start on the Third Quarter Challenge, here it is! I love walking in the woods around our house - I usually get out to them rain or shine every day. In the winter, the woods are pretty much the same ... a little more mud some days, but unless there's been a snowfall, not too different. Come spring and summer, however, it seems that there's something new leafing out or popping up each day! This year has been wonderful for wildflowers and one of my favorites is currently blanketing whole areas. Wild irises come in so many beautiful shades of purple! I'd love to have big bouquets of them in the house, but have learned they die shortly after picking, even if they're put in water immediately. So instead I take photos.
This quarter's challenge is to create a piece of fiber art that is inspired by the wild irises like the one in the photo above. You might be inspired by the flower itself, the colors of the photograph, or something that wild irises remind you of. You'll have July through September to work on your project and then we'll all come back on Monday, October 1st to share our creations via an InLinkz button. I hope you'll join me! To get you started, here's a color palette I created from the photograph using Big Huge Labs.
Happy Creating! Deborah