Have done some more feltmaking, quite pleased with the results of the 3 pieces I have done recently. Next stage is to get them under the machine (embellisher). Suspect I may not have a great deal of time for this, as the day job is a bit demanding at the moment.
At least I know what I want to do. I can understand why artists such as Bridget Riley - get others to do the manual painting , just not enough hours in the day! You can spend hours resolving design issues, then run out of daylight hours to do the actual manual work.
Have just been out in the freezing cold to take a photo of the crocuses in the pot in the front garden to share with you. The wind is bitterly cold, sun is shining, and NO snow yet..............
The crocuses seem reluctant to open , who can blame them. However the weeds seem to be surviving very well. Typical.
Thought I had better "come clean" that, really the puppy from previous posts is an adolescent now. I feel so much better now that I have shared that with you.
The stitching supporter has grown quite a lot and is displaying typical adolescent tendencies and he has certainly discovered that ladies exist. Occasionally he is capable of independent thought, despite my notorious hard line discipline techniques. He is known to sulk, still plays with toys when the mood strikes, enjoys watching TV, can attempt to eat us out of house and home, leaves all his possessions wherever he wishes and never tidies up.
We have both been expelled from puppy classes, as neither of us could cope with doing as we were told. It seems that we both have independant spirits, very difficult to tame, and certanly not serious enough to be taught!