You could call my favorite method of making art work “structured improvisation”. This means taking fused fabric scraps and assembling them into designs without a preconceived idea of what is being made. One structuring method is to design a setting or vignette.
A vignette is like peering into a window. And like a window, there is a frame around the edges and you look in on a scene.Here you see a table top and wallpaper trimmed into a shape. This vignette will be dropped onto a background fabric that forms the frame. Don’t you love that red vase on the table?