Door Number One is finished! Yay! I'm looking forward to adding quilting lines to the 'building' to give it more texture.
I especially love the idea behind the name for the quilt/class. Behind every door is something you can't see. It is an adventure to open it to see what is behind it. As I read the comments from the previous post it sounds like many of you who have been to Italy were also captivated by the doors. If you have a few good Italian door pictures that you wouldn't mind me posting, please email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My Adventure in Italy class is shaping up. There will be plenty of time spent out and about in Orvieto!
Much of the class will be spent on design and color with pertinent stitching techniques. This block is 14" x 21". It can be scaled up or down to suit yourself. It's going to be lots of fun! While everyone will have my pattern as a place to start, each person in the class can alter the pattern to reflect their own experience.
I've begun pulling the background fabric for Door Number Two and thought I'd share...
It doesn't look like much at this stage, but I can see where it's going. I'll take photos to share with you.