Friday, November 1, 2013

Not so much

I did finish piecing together one 100-piece block, and I have one more laid out and ready to assemble - so I consider my goal 75% achieved! Hey, 3/4 is far better than nothing (or, in this case 50%).

AND I managed to pull out a huge assortment of yellow fabric from the stash - which took quite a bit of time. Yellow-into-gold, dirty-green yellow and gold-ish orange, school-bus-yellow (which is really some sort of yellow-orange), pale and vivid and smudgey and....well, you get the idea; yellow, y-e-l-l-o-w, YELLOW! Working into a portion of the top of VG's 'thing,' which is just the tip of the yellow iceberg. Once I begin the next row, I will require in the neighborhood of 60-to-68% of my yellow color palette for the bulk of this project. Each successive row of the next three will call for an ever-widening array of yellow, until finally working into a shadowy array of oranges, rusty browns, and dingy yellow overtones of greenish browns. That will ultimately finish off the 'item.'


Good thing I like color...and that I have a 100% color spectrum field of vision. I know this because I've been tested. Thank you, God, for the excellent vision You have given me.

What are you working on?

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