Sometimes I do wonder though about the drip feed of info into the back of the mind. For a while I've been looking at a loopy stitch pattern, thinking I must do that... then as part of my research I'm looking at a document with this same loopy line.... duh brain taking ages to connect the
Wednesday was the monthly EG meeting, where we stitch and chat, actually chat a lot, laugh even more. We take along our stitching, I wondered what to take, I never like to take anything being made for another organisation, or for exhibition, and with so much chatter its impossible to concentrate, so nothing precious. I had a look in things put aside.
Amongst them, I found this.... oh look it has loops - sigh.
Actually I think it looks quite good in retrospect, for the person who cannot do anything remotely realistic, at least looks like flowers. I do have bigger versions, painted with watercolour.
However, instead I decided to take this.
Its one of three, where I was attempting something brilliant and failed.
It didn't improve after adding ink to it.
The colour is "old paper" but looks a dull green beige.
So consigned to the pile of Why, and that's where its stayed.
Until the EG meeting.
It now has some deep burgundy crosses on it. Not exactly screaming gorgeousness at me - but now it has a purpose, it comes under that dreaded word so oft used in college by my P1 tutor - it has potential. The other two which go with this, are still in the "why on earth did you bother" pile.
In the meantime I need to get back to the main task in hand... I want to revisit some of this. It wasn't right for the project I was doing at the time...wonder if it has potential now? Ha