In addition, I wanted to be an artist too, and try to create with my sewing machine instead of a brush.
Tiny little strips of knit fabric and thread became my artist medium.
My little hedgehog rests quietly on the 2-color lower band. Tiny strips of the print knit fabric make up the hedgehogs fur with thread top stitching to add even more texture.
My shirt featured 3 components: a watercolor print panel, watercolor geometric print, and a solid mustard
gold cotton Lyra fabric.
Of course, I like to color block the sleeves for added interest.Sewing each individual pin tuck. Photo of the finished tucked panel.
Trimming off the excess fabric to fit the sleeve.
Cutting the fabric needed for the remanding lower sleeve.
Sewing on the lower sleeve to the tucked panel.