The second lesson was called Continuous Curves. I marked up the squares with a purple fade away marker.
Then I stitched around the squares using a small scallop curve.
I've done this lots of time before and used to teach this pattern, but the aim is just to keep practicing, because we often don't quilt for a long time because those quilt tops take a long time to make.
Angela also suggested doing a continuous curve in a larger size. So, I marked up another square and did a different pattern.
The secret to doing continuous curve designs is to keep the curves shallow.
The following lesson was called Leafy Meander. Sort of like a continuous curve but there are no grid lines to follow.
It's such a fun challenge and I love that it only takes 5 minutes to do.
Bye for now,