colour games and interfaced circles

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Aside from the pesky nuisance of having to work, go to meetings etc, I’ve been busy playing with my triangles…

…as well as some torn up paper. And I’ve been doodling twills.

Speaking of pesky nuisances…

…you may be wondering where Polly is. Well, as I sit at the table, the Delta is to my left. If I turn to look over my left shoulder, this is the expression which greets me.

On Sunday I cut the double cloth off the Megado, but I haven’t got very far since. I have washed and pressed the fabric, and I interfaced part of it so that I could cut out two circles for the base of the bag. Then I realised that I only had a few yards of appropriately coloured sewing thread, so I have zig-zagged round one circle and about two fifths of the way round the other. Oops. My circles and I will need to reconvene after a shopping trip.

Postscript added 25 Jan: I forgot to mention that I am currently having difficulty commenting on posts in Blogger-hosted blogs. Google/Blogger seems to have fallen out with my OpenID, and I can’t get to the bottom of it (although I have my suspicions). Anyway, it isn’t that I don’t care what you’re doing! I’m reading, and cheering along, but invisibly for now.

colour games and interfaced circles” was posted by Cally on 24 Jan 2012 at http://callybooker.co.uk

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  1. Kerstin
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    “appropriately coloured sewing thread” is overrated – I stopped looking for that when I first noticed the difference in price… If *really* important, use the warp (or weft) yarn!
    (Of course, nearly everything I weave and/or sew goes with black or white. Wait – can that be ‘cos I’m accustomed to b or w?)

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