Sewed the panels onto the frame Friday night and put the screen back together on Saturday morning. So happy I was able to get some photos of the finished screen in daylight.
It is now residing in our bedroom.
I'm really interested in the manipulation of the shibori by way of tucking the fabric. I like the solution because it keeps the shibori intact. Usually I'm not too precious about the fabrics I make but in this case I just didn't want to lose any of the flow of the pattern.
(In case you haven't seen the development of it check here, here and here for more)
I have another piece of the discharged fabric that seems to suggest itself for another of this kind of experiment.
I've been having some difficulty getting into the blogging flow lately.
I'm torn between reestablishing my daily blogging schedule and up leveling the quality of the blog itself.
On the one hand I like the discipline that daily blogging reinforces, however the other hand is that many of the daily posts are sort of lame. Ideally I would like all of my posts to have some quality to them.
I am waffling back and forth as I try to sort it out.