OK, guys, I can't believe how much my work has progressed in just two weeks of Lilla Rogers Make Art That Sells class. If you're at all on the fence about her classes, I'd seriously recommend them. She does a great job of creating projects that anyone of any level can work on, and the group that has formed from the class is always helpful and encouraging.
This week's combination was floral patterns on fabric items. I kept it pretty basic, with cushions, curtains, and a lampshade, but I'm excited to come back to this substrate and create more collections. I'm already dreaming of my next projects and can hardly wait to apply all my new skills to some personal work (with a more flexible turnaround time!).
For this set, I also tried the advanced option for the assignment, which is to create a page of finishing notes as well to help show a bit more about the construction of your items. It's fun to play around with these ideas, and it really gets you thinking about adding lots of interest and detail to your products.
Are any of you trying out some new techniques or taking any interesting classes? I'd love to hear about them!