Arashi unwrapped and over-dyed and tablet frustration

Well I unwrapped my arashi and there were so many white areas that just popped out at me and I wasn’t so happy about that. So I rinsed it and placed it in a light wasabi colored green dyebath. Here is what I got. I really love it. I want to make something with it right now.

Lost the pink but got the green. I think I am ok with that. Loving the marks from the wrapping!

Lost the pink but got the green. I think I am ok with that. Loving the marks from the wrapping!

So now about the tablet. Do you any of you use one? I have been trying to use mine to blog with and I have to admit it has been frustrating at best. Posts just seem to disappear into thin air when I press publish. Typos stick and I can’t edit them out urgh. I had such high hopes for me and my tablet. I’m disappointed. Well I will keep working on it, but would love to hear your experiences with them.

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8 Responses to Arashi unwrapped and over-dyed and tablet frustration

  1. Pamela says:

    Marjorie, I much prefer using the desktop to my laptop or I-pad – easier to type content & comfortable to use. I do like your dyed fabric piece; it turned out beautifully.

  2. It is beautiful.
    I remember you made a pojagi piece some time ago. Have you worked with that technique since then?

  3. gonerustic says:

    This has turned out so well – no wonder you want to use it straightaway! =)

  4. I have an iPad but still find it easier to post on my PC. My Only significant problem with posting via the WordPress app on the ipad is content layout.

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