I have a bubble in my tapestry. This is distressing. Can you see it? It's there in the top green bean on the right where that black line zigs and zags. Here's a closer look:
Now you can really see it, right? I think this all started to go south when I was weaving the tip of the green bean just below there. I really struggled with the colors in that section, so perhaps I wasn't as conscious of proper technique as I should have been. I though it might get better, but alas, it seems to be getting worse! I have a few options here, none of them particularly happy.
- I can unweave nearly half of my tapestry and re-weave the offending section.
- I can leave it be and hope I can block it out when I'm done.
- I can live with it and use the "this was my very first tapestry" and "it was a learning experience" excuses.
I will ponder over this until the weekend. Then I'll have to go back into the studio and make a decision.
Any thoughts? Advice? Offers to come in the dark of night and re-weave it for me?