I’ve gotten back to work on the hard slog that is my Fibonacci sequence project. It is by far the hardest project I have worked on today and not just because it took so many failed attempts to make it work. the modified CRAW stitch I came up with to keep it accurate is a massive pain and just takes so damn long. it also poses challenges with the solid 3d attempt as the more rows of beads added the harder it is to add in the next one as it becomes less flexible. And the open 3d attempt is too flexible and not sable enough to stand without support of some kind the problem is finding a non-obtrusive way to add in those support that I will be ok with.
its funny how deceptively easy this project looks but is much harder and complex than some of my most complex looking projects that boiled down to very easy and simple steps. I had wanted to add in several more cubes to this project but at the moment it will have to stop with the black cube on each sequence. I’ll most likely add in a second flat sequence to go with the open 3d sequence, so that it’s a complete set. I feel that it will be well into next year before I manage to complete up to the black squares on all of the sequences, given how long it takes to bead on this project.
I’ve mentioned working on a set of ornaments for my friend Penny and am currently attempting to do a tree topper based off a pattern by Carolyn DeGroff and a tree topper pattern by DiMarca Online, hopefully it will turn out nicely as I have a few other Christmas things to do. And talking about things to do I have work soon and lots of beading to be getting on with. till Saturday.