Leah Day gave us another permutation on a pivoting paisley to practice this week. At first I couldn't tell the difference between Snake Paisley and the prior week's Lava Paisley. The difference is very subtle and has to do with the original shape that is echoed. Lave Paisley has one sharp point and one rounded end, where as Snake Paisley has two sharp points.
|Close up of Snake Paisley|
I chose this very pale batik to practice on. I will be using it in the sky portion of an abstract quilt I am working on with a working title of Out on a Limb. It could just as easily be used for water, since the Snake Paisley design looks like a lake stirred up by a gentle breeze.