And no, I am NOT talking about the Thanksgiving bird!!!
Last week I posted about making a start on “Sadie the Saddlebill Stork”. When I ended the post, I asked if you could see my mistake??
Here it is……
This white piece is in the wrong place. I should be further down and more to the center.
I noticed it just as I was finishing up for the day and gnashed over it in my mind until I could return to the studio. I had already ironed these pieces down so it wasn’t going to be easy to replace.
Then I had an epiphany…..since the piece now needed to be black, why don’t I just color it!!!
Out came the Fabrico markers and, in a matter of minutes, the correction was made!!!
Now I needed to add the white to the correct area, so I peeled back the edges…..
and inserted a white fabric…..
Come back tomorrow for the neck and head!!
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2 thoughts on “Fixing the bird….”
smart thinking. Years ago in some class I took, the teacher told us when we were stitching in the ditch, if we got out we could use a marker to color the stitches that were out of line. Of course this only works if the thread is lighter than what you need it to be. For this reason I have a lot of different color markers.
I have a drawer full of markers for the exact same reason Mary!!!