It really is quite a journey of discovery creating these rings. I have finished the 2-D one, I might add a few more touches to it, but am pleased enough with it. The clam shell and fishes are crocheted and sewn on. The grey edging (zwartble) is supposed to be a porthole that you are viewing the underwater view through. And everything else is needle felted. The 3-D one of the robin on a nest is hitting a few stumbling blocks, which is a shame as I was really excited by the idea of creating this. The biggest problem has been the dyeing of the wool. I was hoping to spin enough white Portland to then dye it with woad and weld. Firstly I've not had enough time to spin the white, and then the whole process of dyeing using woad seems to complicated, and I never have enough time in any big enough chunk of time to get anywhere with it. So I am contemplating spinning some green roving I have, and see if it is enough, I'm not sure it will be, but I really do want to get this done.
That's probably all the woolly news for now. Looking forward to seeing what others have been up to this last month.