…. and for the October challenge on the theme of bacteria, the answer was most definitely “to bead"
and, to button
To stitch, perchance to assess risk in an intelligent manner, and laugh while doing so
When I volunteered to assist with making costumes for the local pantomime, I thought I would just need my usual sewing kit. For the first costume, that was the case, dress for the female, youth lead,
However, when the next one was for the king of the rats, I needed to use tools less commonly associated with sewing.
Part 3 of the seed series is finished, bound ( sort of, completed with a satin stitch, stitched with an overlock foot which prevents the stitching puckering and tightening) and a photo posted to the group page of the Contemporary Quilt Group. Lots and lots of texture on this one.
A last session with the curved structure at the drawing course led to more collaged music,some additional ink and white chalk.
Next week, we are drawing reflections which I love, but which I don’t love drawing!