So when I first thought of making some bookmarks with 10 different shades of blues, I was very excited because I thought it would look so cool! Then, as I started weaving, it became my least favorite section. The design didn't show up very well (except the 4/4 twill section) and I wasn't so sure about the "denim" look it had.
But now that I am cutting the bookmarks apart and seeing how the designs and colors interact individually, I really like these blue bookmarks!
In fact, I might even do another multicolored section on the next warp...
Some more changes I like on this set of bookmarks was the "garbage" yarn between the bookmarks. Sometimes a few little pieces it stuck in the sewn sections, but that's ok. It really saved the panic and anxiety I felt on the first set! I don't feel like it's a time-bomb ticking away and at any minute all the threads will collapse and I will lose my channels. No, not this time! I can leisurely sew in-between each channel and leisurely cut them apart. I have WAY more threads to pick off, but I would rather pick than panic! I also feel like the edges are much cleaner looking with more even lines because of the yarn in-between each one.
By the way, I don't now if I mentioned this before, but every bookmark has a teal section in it. Did you notice it yet?? Besides being twill and made of yarn by me, that is the one thing they all have in common!!