Striped towel from a couple of years ago - which I'm thinking of revisiting in different colourways, different yarns...
One of the things that has been providing some distraction for me is re-reading some of my older blog posts.
I started the blog just about exactly 7 years ago (August 2008), partly as an expression of hope for a future that had so nearly been snatched from me, partly as a diary of what it is that I do - a reminder of where I have been and what I actually accomplish, rather than the Inner Critic constantly harping on at me about not doing 'enough'.
Since the blog started I have been through multiple health issues (and I very much appreciate people who have supported me through those) and come through the other side. There is a 'poster' on Facebook that kind of sums up life, really:
If I knew who the artist was I'd give credit, but the source doesn't appear to be indicated. Whoever made the image, thank you, it perfectly sums up Life - in my experience.
So, the webinar is over. I have heard directly from two people who took it and found it helpful. Thanks for letting me know. :) I do 'better' when conveying technical information to have a live audience so that I can gauge how well I'm getting the information across. It was a bit...intimidating...to contemplate doing a fairly conceptual topic without that feedback. But now that I've survived, I'm thinking about other topics I might be able to do.
Which brings me back to the towels at the top of this post. I use the Fibonacci series as a design tool. It might be fun to do a webinar on how I use the series in terms of designing stripes. To do a Power Point presentation would mean a whole lot of prep work, but I think could...I think I could...