16 x 20
When the theme word was published 2 months ago, my first inclination was to "depart" from my symmetry theme. I considered it but I just couldn't because I am enjoying working with symmetry and I don't want to depart it! So, I started reviewing some of the other techniques withing symmetry that I have been wanting to try.
For this challenge I chose to explore bilateral (horizontal and vertical) symmetry as a departure from the traditional kaleidoscopic approach that I have been taking. I added a twist by throwing in a limitation. Every peice of fabric is a 3" equilateral triangle. That made it difficult to find patterns on the fabrics that would blend into 2 neighboring fabrics, but using bilateral symmetry at least made one side easy!
Asthetically it's not one of my favorites in the series but from a skill development point of view, it's one of the best!
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