The other day, while designing a quilt, by mistake I hit the "invert color" key on my computer and was delighted with the result. Since then I've tried inverting the colors of my more recent designs. Here are some of the results.
The most important thing to remember about any alphabet that is used in on-point blocks, is that the letters will necessarily be space far apart. In this situation light delicate letters look disconnected. Bold letter work much better.
This is why the letters of my Greenwood alphabet are so heavy. They are so large that they crowd the edges of their blocks.
The piecing for this alphabet, as demonstrated by the A, is very simple.
For more lettering go to My Posts by Subject in the sidebar on the right and go to Lettering.