It's a lot easier to do a shuffle when the HSTs are still HALF square TRIANGLES. Once they're a whole square, it's a lot harder, since you've got to be happy with the position of both fabrics. And when I look at old quilts, it's never the slightly off points that get me, rather it's the positioning of the various fabrics, especially if they're randomly placed. But there has to come a point where you go, "Suck it up Sara, and just start sewing the goddamn thing already."
And since it's pretty much all new fabrics, if it all turns to shit I will simply sacrifice another $30 of my moneys and buy all the fabrics again and start over.
|The little yellow guy looked like a Bee Gee before He got the massive arms. Now he doesn't.|
|Spotlight now has cartoon-style safety eyes. Only used on one monster, and I'm still not sure about them.|
|The little guy with the purple horns is purple on the back too, but the back of his horns is green.|
|The fabric of the big guy was horrible to use because it was so lightweight and shifted like crazy when I was trying to sew it.|
|The centre lady is the only monster so-far to get a name - Rosa (der)|
|Possibly father and son?|
|The problem with double sided batiks and nearly-but-not-quite-symetrical body shapes is that sometimes you get them half pinned before you realise it's back-to-front.|
|These two are toats my favourites.|
Only a couple of them have been handsewn though.