There were only three of us during one particular session, so we decided to challenge each other to incorporate our clean up cloth into a project. I made aprons for each of us with my super colorful cloth, using nearly every bit of the fabric.
Each apron features a theme favored by the owner. Being from Wisconsin, cows have always found their way into my work. So for my apron, I chose a bovine imagine, along with a cow pie and stenciled hoof prints.
The lettering was outlined with a machine blanket stitch and a pigma pen around the cow.
The clean up cloth was washed in synthrapol before cutting and fusing it to the aprons.
Judy uses mushrooms images in her work quite frequently, but won't eat them!!Kate spends time on Folly Beach, SC where she is inspired by marsh grasses, the sea, and sail boats.
What do you do with your clean up cloths??