Sunday, December 11, 2016
Module Two, Chapter Three, Animal Skins, Part 2
As this was still a general experimental exercise, I used the base and created different variations.
A) working with the honeycomb base, I added some additional rows to create a darker tone and then a connecting line.
A.1 and A.2) Crisscrossed the line to create possible snake skin pattern
B, B.1, and B.2) Running Stitch base with Stitch #6 over it; not very interesting, but I did do a few more rows under it.
C) Stitch #6, then dropped the feed dogs, whip stitch
C.1) Stitch #6, then dropped the feed dogs, heavier whip stitch, and freeform zigzag in one row, connected
C.2) Stitch #6, then dropped the feed dogs, whip stitch, connected freeform zigzag to create spots in center; played with denser, and then gradually lighter stitching toward the right.