an idea… maybe

 

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  1. Several years ago, well to be exact, in 2015, I bought a small table loom and yarn with the idea of practicing weaving. It has become a bucket list item…
  2. Last week, 2019, I treated myself to a tin of FineTec pearlescent colours. These watercolors, when painted on black watercolor stock, are brilliant…
  3. Today, 1.2.2020, I had an idea related to documenting my 2020 habit journey: I will weave  – Rumplestiltskin anyone? – and paint  – Monet? – habit trackers to document my OLW journey, one or more months…

Joining Carole for Three on Thursdays…

Cheers~

13 thoughts on “an idea… maybe

  1. I’m not sure I understand the habit tracker, but I do love the colors on the grid and can see how they might work up in a weaving. those pearlescent colors though, look really intriguing and I hope you share them (on that black paper) soon!!

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  2. That’s a great idea – I’ve seen set ups for tracking habits with colored markers and they can look really beautiful!

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  3. What a fun idea! You MUST share!!! I’m curious to see both your weaving and your painting. How large is your loom? My friend has a small one and makes dog leashes and other things of that size.

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  4. Now that’s an interesting visual to see how you are keeping up with your goals. I’ve had weaving on my list for a while too. Supposed to be a great way to use up yarn.

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  5. That looks intriguing! Not to mention colourful … When I was a child, I used to make a ‘loom’ out of the cardboard from a cereal packet – happy memories :). I’ve always loved weaving. Such a great metaphor too. Hoping that your new habit tracking is enjoyable as well as useful – always more likely to succeed.

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