Wednesday, 17 May 2017

WIPW - Slowly But Steadily

Slowly but steadily, the paper backing of

Trinity Green 

is being removed.

Last week's Work In Progress Wednesday photo


This week's photo
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14 comments:

  1. Very tedious work. it is important to progress. slow is ok. Best Wishes!

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    1. Thank you!
      Yes, I am beginning to get bored now!

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  2. Why not - I am admiring you! With your patience. Moreover I love the emerging greens.

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    1. You shouldn't admire my patience - I am running out of it!
      One good thing, though, the more paper I remove the lighter the quilt gets.

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  3. Progress is very clear - well done!

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    1. Although I am getting fed up with the task, I hope to have much more green to show next week.

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  4. It's exciting to see the green grow. :-) You must get a lot of satisfaction to see less paper each day.

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    1. The job is getting tedious now, and I feel fed up, but will persist. The really good thing is that with less paper the flimsy is getting much lighter.

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  5. Nikko loves to eat paper. Maybe I should send her over ....

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    1. Being recycled computer printouts I think this paper feed is true junk food.

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  6. I agree it's exciting to see the green grow, and it's getting lighter.
    This is an adventure! I'm looking forward to seeing more.

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    1. I worked hard today, so there WILL be more to see on Wednesday!

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  7. Think of it as "the slow reveal" not I have to get those papers off. That might make it a bit more 'romantic'.

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