It's a start... can't keep a good artist down forever.
I spent this week washing the bits and bobs I've accumulated over the last few weeks.
Someone gave away the 2" squares, so I put them in a mesh bag, washed them pressed them and I'm ready to play a little
No design wall, so I took a piece of moving cardboard, put washed batting over it and started.
I forgot how enjoyable it is to quietly place color next to color.
I thought I'd do a table runner with these, and only these, the ones given away.
Color next to color. Slight variations in pattern. Move a piece, exchange a placement. No real thinking other than create a light center oval and work outwards.
I think a spring tree in the center with buds... budding hope, that's it.
Just play, keep playing. No noise, no music, no lights except sunlight.
I found these
I also bought these, in good faith.
I washed them in their own little mesh bag, even through as I looked through them I counted them and the company shorted me four out of 42.
What? Aren't pre-cuts expensive enough without getting shorted?
I found this too... I love the process of making, don't you?
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