>I’ve found that the world is divided into those who CAN teach themselves quite happily from written directions and those that struggle.
I belong firmly to the first group and if it weren’t for the existence of the second group I probably wouldn’t have been teaching quilting for a quarter of a century.
Be that as it may, it is really rare for me to strike a pattern, or set of directions, that I can’t nut out, regardless of how it’s written.
I just automatically assume that I’ll be able to work it out no matter what “it” is
Which just goes to prove that pride [ or perhaps eternal optimism ] really does goeth before a fall
Allow me to ‘splain
It says quite clearly to practice in paper first
and did I do that?
not on your Nellie
wonder how they’d work – with slight modifications of course – in silk paper???