… rarely visit me, but I live in hope.
Mostly my dreams can be filed in the ‘decidedly weird’ category, along with the fifty-foot giraffe that appeared the other night.
In this story, however, life is a little more simple. The premise is, of course, that the mythical Dream Spinner picks a wish from a tree and makes it into a thread which becomes a dream. The cloth book is a little less challenging than the paper-based story, as I decided to leave out the alternative curses that would bring unpleasant dreams. Maybe that’s why I’m getting them all.
I’ll admit to cheating a little with this one: I used Bondaweb to fuse the two halves to the page before couching around the edges and adding more stitching. I don’t often use fusibles because I don’t like the way they change the hand of the cloth. In this case, since the page is always going to lie flat, I figured it wouldn’t matter so much – and it did make my job a lot easier.