PPC2- MORE Free Form Embellishing

So what do these fabrics have in common?
They’re all batiks?… Yes.
They look good together?… Yes.
They’re PERFECT for the free-form embellishing project that I want to do on the DittyRoo design?… YES!
For The DittyRoo, I’m thinking that I’ll just embellish the Roo Pouch area, and because it’s a smaller area than I’ve worked with in the past, I’m going to use smaller wedges so that the effect will be very pronounced at the top of the Roo Pouch, in the center of the bag (the focal point of this design).
It’s pretty similar to the free-form embellishing I did on several Lollapalooza samples last year, but since the dimensions of this project are so much smaller, I thought you might be interested in checking it out.
Here’s the final result. What do you think?
If you’re interested in a color pdf tutortial for this technique,
click here.

Or- You can click here to see and download some of my other embellishing techniques  tutorials.

7 Comments So Far, You're Next!

  1. That is gorgious, Kat. A real show stopper!
    Arlene

  2. the best one you have made so far!! cannot wait to make one too!! MY daughter really likes these batiks-were they just a mixture or one particular fabric line? Thanks, JWR

  3. BEST look so far for this new design. Not crazy about the others but now the new pattern really seems to work.

    thank

  4. Yummy colors! Love this bag!

  5. This has to be my favorite version of DittyRoo so far! A real eyecatcher 😀

  6. Love the stripes! Looks like you are having loads of fun with your new Kat. (Mine are Girls, so I think of yours as Kats.)

  7. Thanks Joan- Thanks a great idea! 🙂