I was flipping through my sketchbook and came across a painting that is now a pattern in one of my scarves. I fondly recalled the story of this painting ... I used a glue to create shapes on white paper - which is not very interesting in itself - and then I spray-painted the shapes - which is when this all gets interesting. The glue repelled the paint and I ended up with a lovely texture on paper that lent itself to a bold textile pattern later. This is why sketchbooks are good for us - to capture the stories we tell in our creative endeavors. Happy Friday!
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