I can hardly believe that eight months went by so quickly. Today is the last day of Project Spectrum Elements… and it completely snuck up on me. This cycle of PS has been so enjoyable for me: it was a return to the original inspiration of the Project in nature, and the structure kept things new and exciting. It seemed like there was a sustained interest in the larger project this year.FIRE: 1. Caliente Weft-Faced, 2. Red Lentils, 3. Star Still Life, 4. Cardigan-Bodice Detail, EARTH: 5. Seedlings Overnight, 6. Inca Earth Mitts, 7. Color Pencils – Green and Brown, 8. Cork Trivet, AIR: 9. Pebbles for PS, 10. Pubnico Wind Farm, 11. If you want a good FO photo…, 12. Pintuck Tank, WATER: 13. Moldova: Sideview, 14. Blue Dragonfly, 15. Slip Stitch + Pin, 16. Passion Flowers —
Looking over my photos from this Project Spectrum cycle, I realize that the one element that I thought would be the most difficult for me (AIR with white, gray, and yellow) was actually the one that I enjoyed the most. I was greatly inspired by my lovely surrounding in Nova Scotia, and the elements (earth and air) inspired me to actually write up my first knit designs for the Lichen Cowl and the Sherbrooke Cowl.
So, as we draw this third cycle of Project Spectrum to a close, would you be so kind as to leave me with some feedback? I would love to know what you thought of this round, and what you would like to see in the future. Please feel free to leave comments here with suggestions or ideas. I have posted the same questions on the Project Spectrum Ravelry group. There is no pressure to answer them all, but I greatly welcome any feedback. You can email me too!
- Did you like the elements format of Project Spectrum?
- Did you like the color groupings? What would you change?
- What format would you prefer for the 4th round of Project Spectrum? Elements? Complementary colors? return to the rainbow colors of PS1?
- Do you like having TWO months per color group? Would you prefer one? more?
- Project Spectrum 4: when should it start?
As always, I want to thank you for being a part of Project Spectrum! It brings me so much happiness and inspiration to see your creations~~