Working on "gust" today

Perfecting the texture on the last piece in the series. I will either call it Louisiana or the end. (This the last of the series but I still have many more to make I just jumped ahead to this one.)

Perfecting the texture on the last piece in the series. I will either call it Louisiana or the end. (This the last of the series but I still have many more to make I just jumped ahead to this one.)

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This tear is one of  my favorite features  of this piece. The line starts out as a dainty gap on the edge and emerges as a crease from wear and tear from the wind. In the end the same line is made by the two pieces over lapping and then parting. Kind of like a good friendship- connected until  eventually having to part but still some how trying to stay connected. 

This tear is one of  my favorite features  of this piece. The line starts out as a dainty gap on the edge and emerges as a crease from wear and tear from the wind. In the end the same line is made by the two pieces over lapping and then parting. Kind of like a good friendship- connected until  eventually having to part but still some how trying to stay connected. 

Today I took a look at what I need to accomplish by this time next year.  

A lot of work to do.  

A lot of work to do.