Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Client Quilt Design Choices

I love the Wacom Bamboo tablet that I can drawn on the photos of quilts to explore design choices. I learned about this from Carla Barrett, when I took her on-line "Quilt Whisperer" class a while ago.
Above is the next quilt I have to quilt, & below I redrew the designs on a black screen so that they could be seen more easily. I like doing this, because I can draw the designs & tell the client what the charge for each design would be, & she can decide which one she prefers. It makes for a little less anxiety on reveal day, & the client gets some input on the design choice. It's a win-win!


6 comments:

The Calico Cat said...

Out of curiosity, why are they priced differently -since they are all what I would consider "custom?"

Also which did she choose? I know which one I would have chosen & My husband is ready to chime in - the most expensive one!

How is Broccoli? (We eat enough of it & to hear my toddler say broccoli is HILARIOUS - much emphasis on the "O".)

Delighted Hands said...

What a great tool! Glad you shared it with us!

Melodie said...

I really need to haul out our Wacom and give that a try. I have an awful time trying to decide how to quilt the tops. I think that's why I hate quilting! Anxiety!!

jenclair said...

This is such a great tool! I love the pics with an idea of what can actually be visualized!

Desley said...

Good idea to put it on a black background.

Steph said...

That is so neat Deb.