I have just finished this little piece of textile art. It measures just 7cm x 7cm. I’m not entirely sure about it, as the shapes/patterns are not my usual kind of organic spirals and curves, but … it was different to do and I’m actually proud of myself that I didn’t give up part way through the process. There was a point where I was going ‘yeuch’ mentally about it, but it seems to have worked out ok.
I also used matt embroidery threads in this one to get a different kind of texture involved, so this is really more of a test piece, an experiment to see how things work out. I’m also glad I went with the metallic purple/brown/blue/dark gold/green beads in places as they give a nice contrast to the gold that is used in so many places.
So onward with the work …whatever will appear next, I wonder?
Interesting work …
I found my way to First andFifteenth -the website/blog of Steve Powers who does some rather interesting stuff with words and pictures. I particularly like the plays on words that he makes. It’s different for sure! I found my way via a mention given by Neil Gaiman on Twitter.
Another blog I found my way to, again by Mr Gaiman I believe, was Whodunnknit, run by DeadlyKnitshade, another denizen of the rather puzzling thing that is Twitter. I do wish there was such a group of knitting guerillas/graffiti knitters nearer to me *sigh*, yet it seems such great fun!
Finally … destressing at last!
I actually feel more like myself today, calmer, more relaxed. This is good. Mind you, I woke at stupid o’clock this morning and managed to get back to sleep over an hour later after trying reading, puzzles, and finally meditation, which did the trick. When I settled back down to sleep, the purryfurryone had already given up trying to bounce and clamber all over me and had fallen asleep and was snoring, just to add insult to injury! I must say, however, I absolutely adore my pusscat, he’s certainly one of a kind, totally neurotic, insecure but he does seem to be very attached to me, sometimes quite literally so!