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Monday, September 16, 2013

Making Progress

 
I'm making progress on my belt project.  Sort of dreading the whole 'put it together' finishing thing -- as I usually do. 


Meanwhile the pattern is coming along.  For those of you who might be considering punchneedle - or are new to it.  You'll notice that when you turn it over, partway through, it often looks strange.  Little loops standing there, seemingly alone, looking lost and not very attractive.


But, once the whole design is worked - it all falls into place.  No stranded loops, standing alone, but one continuous design.  Yay!

Some of you know about the great 'buckle' hunt that I've been on.  Finally success through an online store called Pacific Trimming .  Good selection at decent prices.  I will soon own several buckles, probably more than I'll ever use - but we'll see about that.

"Don't get involved in partial problems, but always take flight to where there is a free view over the whole single problem, even if this view is still not a clear one." - Ludwig Wittgenstein

6 comments:

  1. You are so good at detail, Penny! I admire your ability to plan a project so thoroughly, then follow through. This is going to be amazing, not to worry about final assembly. You said it yourself, it all falls into place. I love your colors!

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  2. Thanks for your progress post. Looking very cool. I'll be interested to see how you sew the strips together.

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  3. Looking really good - and I'm fascinated to see how you put the buckle on!

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  4. I have never tried punch needle, but it looks fascinating. So fun to see your project develop!

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  5. I love the colours and the design is just lovely - the off centre circles look so three dimensional.

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  6. Wow! Looks great Penny. Can't what to see the end result

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