Monday, 5 September 2016

Days 1 to 20 of the #100DaysofPatternCBC challenge....

Recently I launched a new #CraftBlogClub challenge and if you follow me on Instagram you may have seen my photos for the #100DaysofPatternCBC. The challenge is to share a photo of a pattern every day on Instagram and/or Twitter. Here are my photos from the first 20 days.... 
Day 1 - 4 patterns of.... a fat quarter that I bought just because I love it / my favourite mug to have my morning coffee in / my favourite pen / creating my own pattern for a phone cover using honeycomb crochet stitch and funky yarn
Days 5 - 8 patterns.... I spent a lot of time on the motorway that particular day! Inspiration can be found anywhere / I was sat in my conservatory and accidentally took a photo of the roof / nature's pattern in the sky / I love the colours and patterns of this selection of fat quarters.

Days 9 - 12 patterns.... creating my own patterns for new birthday cards / found this sewing pattern in my craft room / interesting pattern in a tree trunk / a reflection of my lamp on to my glass cutting mat

Days 13 - 16 patterns.... from the Art Deco photo walk / the sun shining through the blinds making patterns on the carpet / creating my own background patterns on this coaster /  a beautiful tiled house from a trip to Lisbon a few years ago

Days 17 -20 patterns of.... a pattern in a field / the back of my to do list pad / the beach / a tiled floor

I'm enjoying this challenge it encourages me to look at the world differently and I'm finding patterns everywhere!

It's not too late if you want to join in, all the details can be found in this post and don't worry if you miss days, it's supposed to be fun and inspiring!

Check out all of the amazing photos by everyone so far by using the hashtag #100DaysofPatternCBC on Instagram and Twitter, or use this link to go direct to the images on Instagram.  There are some beautiful photos of inspiring images and patterns in unusual places. 

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