I like the transparent bit
of the new stitch-and-burn technique.
(though I have to try to make it even móre tranparent)
The fun part is, that mostly,
you don't end up with
what you initially thought it would look like :
a lot of random result
Colours change dramatically with all the added layers
ánd the stitching
Man has been busy too.
... choosing colours
... tracing the outlines
A clever thing I learned from Jude :
make a copy
and try out some things with pen on paper !!!
I did already sóme of the stitching ...
Sometimes you get so shaky
running over the same lines twice
it's best to stop for a while
(to be continued)
love that it looks iridescent. you're both doing such beautiful work and it's so nice that he was inspired to try the technique.BeantwoordenVerwijderen
You are doing some cool stuff over here. It's good to get HIM involves in your crafts - Hugs NatBeantwoordenVerwijderen
Wat ziet het er weer kleurrijk uit, ben benieuwd naar het eind resutaat. Veel plezier.BeantwoordenVerwijderen
Unglaublich schön, Els, ich bin sehr gespannt, was Du uns noch alles zeigst!BeantwoordenVerwijderen
Viele liebe Grüße
Beautiful, ce circles have something of Delaunay. Love the colors. Interesting technique - good for suprises.BeantwoordenVerwijderen
I love this work, Els. Happy Solstice, susBeantwoordenVerwijderen
Loving the stained glass effects, Els. That Jude does spread her talents world-wide, doesn't she? Incredible woman. LxBeantwoordenVerwijderen
Many thanks for this present I will treasure it, and its great to see the process on your blog XXBeantwoordenVerwijderen