|Prairie Lights #2|
Therefore I have introduced the Chicago School of Fusing Method of Cutting Wiggly Trees!
- Cut a 1" wide strip of fabric on the bias. (The bias is a 45 degree angle to the grain of the fabric. Bias fabrics don't fray and will curve when fused.)
- Using a real sharp pair of scissors, begin cutting the strip in half down the length of the strip.
- As you cut, wiggly the scissors.
- Wiggle them up to make one side of the tree.
- Wiggle them down to make the other side of the tree.
- Don't cut through the edge of the strip! You want to keep the strip whole.
- Save the other side of the strip and use it too.
- As you fuse it into place, curve the tree line over the hills.
- Rejoice in being a cautious flat lander!
|Use both sides of the wiggle cut strip.|