Normally my procedure is to wait until projects are completed before composing a post. This allows a better overview of the piece. However, all 3 pieces I've been working on are soooo time consuming that I've found myself 'filling in' with non-fiber related posts. So, I'm jumping the gun here.
I RARELY, and I mean rarely do not finish something I start, but this one....I'm just not sure if it's worth continuing. I'd love to hear your opinion....that is if you can even formulate one with so little of the design developed.
In the fall, Fiber Junkies had a play date using soy wax resist. If you care to know more.....click here and here to read my posts. This piece began as an appx. 15" square of solid goldish/yellow silk noil.
A landscape theme seemed to fit the design, so I sketched 3 mountains and began to hand embroider a basket weave pattern on the first.
I guess I could start one and see how I like it......but maybe I should just reconsider. Maybe remove all that handwork and perhaps 'scribble' stitch with the sewing machine....or hide it in the closet as is until I forget about the whole thing!?!??