|These two are from Carla Sonehiems Flower Power Two course. Lots of messing about. I'll add some fun sort of stitching to make the flowers a bit madder and some in the bottom to weight the images.|
|I feel these two are done. I haven't added any stitching, but whenever I consider them, I can't see a clear opportunity that isn't just adding stitch for the sake of adding stitch.|
As well, I have torn collage pieces that really need stitching to complete them. These are bits torn and glued (not using conventional glue but a wheat paste) that are then meant to be sewn into assemblages. The white on white images aren't very good, but it allows you to see that stitching is need to lift the lines and emphasize the intriguing areas.
|I place these two bits together and they don't marry up as nicely as the one above. See, too planned. But, If I pin it together, because it almost works, then something else will enter in eventually.|
|I tried laying the two parts together and I can live with it, but the flying chicken has captured my imagination.|
|You can see the process, but the flying chicken idea won't leave me.|
|Cleo Belle finds it hard to leave me alone, especially if I am trying to use the camera, lay one thing on top of another. It is so hard to make a human understand how to really do things properly.|
|It can cause despair.|