You need Maggie to help Sandra, she loves undoing textile work, cushions, balls of wool and the garden. She is an all round undoer.
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Yes! She’d love it! 😉
How did it feel undoing all that creativity?
First it felt good to have made the decision and to get back to it rather than let the piece languish in the WIP or UFO bag; then as I pulled each stitch out there was a tug at the yarn that reminded me of the time it had taken – each tug/notch a stitch, some time, a little part of me, my life, my days. I acknowledged it. I’m glad to have the photos to remember it – another piece of temporary or transient art – letting go – impermanence…..
It feels somehow cleansing, a release ….. joyful …..
Oh lawks – there I go!!!!! well you did ask!!! 😉 xx
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thank you ❤
Oh well done Sandra – and for neatly winding up all the unravelling too!
It feels like the right thing to do. Oh boy does that unpicked stuff like to get tangled! I love the texture of it though – hairy fairy hair!
I’m not surprised… as you know, it’s what I would have done!
It’s great to have the support of my fellow bloggers.
I’m sure you weren’t unduly influenced!
OH my goodness, you are removing some of it. A lot of work both ways. I hope you are pleased now.
Yes, it feels good to have made the decision. I will feel pleased when I have worked out how to do the next bit.
Good to see the detail
A wise decision.
Thank you – so good to get your comment Cathy.
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