Well. I don't have that vision any more. Thank goodness I made a little test piece first. The ink did not behave gracefully at all, not making much of a mark on the organza layer.
That being said, ink blobs could be fun on a different project, so I'm adding it to the growing list of mix-it-up options.
This is not my first time being wrong-visioned. Most of the time it doesn't even matter, I can work with whatever result I get, but when the project is to be in a show, I'll make a test cloth. This is the test cloth for The Reef of Re quilt. It has all the layers and has been somewhat quilted.
See all the black seams and dots and lines? That's where I have been testing different decorative stitching, markers, stamping and inking. Only the ink dots made it to the quilt, the rest of the ideas were archived. I did not think all the techniques would work, but I had to try them out anyway. When good ideas can go wrong, bad ideas could go right, right?
Some test cloths are worth finishing, but this one is being used for ongoing testing, the last one being yarn couching zig zag settings. 0,5 mm difference really does matter.
After a sunny and rather warm week, Saturday is nothing like that. Oh well, we'll figure out something to do, grandson is well and life is good.
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend!