Perhaps a little more hooking on the hen would be better for me to make up my mind. Heck, I hadn't even fully decided which wools to use for the hen. Some seemed too dark and others seemed too bright but had the textured colors.
So then I pulled a few more loops on Hannah and took another picture. It is hard to see but I did hook a short row of the wool on the top right at the neck of the hen. That row would be one of the two lights to the top that I'd be using and think I'll go with those. The other more creamy stripe would be too close in value with what I want to use for the ground.......which is a combination of all or at least two of the wools below Hannah. Still an UN-decided.
Check back to see what changes I've made because I'm not quite sure about the colors for Hannah's wing separation either. Could go lighter could go darker?
Hey, Barb Carroll, where are you when I need you? I know you read my blog so feel free to chime in to me personally. Wish I could go shopping in your wool collection and your knowledge was close at hand. Anyway, I'll get my Barb Carroll fix in May and Deb and I are looking forward to it.
Have a great evening everyone, hope all of you (and me) in the area of the winter storm will be safe. Thank goodness the 4 days without heat was this week and not next.
And, as always, please be kind to one another.