Five in a Row

A couple of weeks ago, I showed you some color studies I have been creating. I finished the last one and thought you might like to see all five of them.

Here is the last one that has more black and white and less of the other colors.

And here is a photo with all five in a row. I tried the different colors in many different positions trying to decide which ones looked the best together as well as the overall progression of color. This was the combination I liked best so far. But that could change depending on what method I decide to attach them together.

These were fun. I don’t use the automatic stitch choices on my machine much. It took a bit to figure out how to do only one or two stitches and all those other fancy functions that I rarely use on my machine. But it was a good learning process.

I hope you’re staying safe. I am staying at home and yesterday, my art group met by Zoom. We had a great time and it was easy. If you haven’t given it a try, Zoom is well worth the look.

10 thoughts on “Five in a Row

  1. Nice color combination! I love how the written pieces float around, too. And those stitches! Fun to explore what your machine can do.

  2. I like what you’ve done Ruth, they form a great set of work. I’ve just realised you have a mathematical conundrum in terms of the best combination….being square, each piece has 4 placement opportunities & 5 different positions In the line up – all this times 5! Too much to think about this early.
    Happy Easter 🐣

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