Cover n.3 – Itbewilo Wayoha

It begins with loving what you have:

Rowan Summerlite 4ply cotton
Hook 3
1 n. 426 (Girl) 11 sq. G (Female)
1 n. 420 (Gum) 14 sq. GM (Male)
3 n. 429 (Navy) 44 sq. N (No)
1 n. 421 (Light) 10 sq. L (Seeing)
2 n. 424 (Twilight) 30 sq. T (Two lights, working together)
2 n. 433 (Jade) 26 sq. J (Joy)
3 n. 439 (Gold) 45 sq. GD (God)
3 n. 440 (Pumpkin) P (Papa, Pa-y Pa-l) joining and edging

SQUARES see Summer Cover in all colours except Pumpkin
JOINING EDGING see Summer Cover in Pumpkin

Size 180 squares in 12 x 15 rows

PATTERN (amongst other things this could be a timeline after Summer Cover (which could be 2003 – 2017) fifteen months, January 2018 to March 2019, two to three days per square, possibly)

T N N GD GD N N J T GD GM T L T T
T N N GD GD GD GD J GM GM GM GD GD GM N
T N T GD GD N GD J N N N J GM N GD
T T N GD GD N GD T GM N T L L G T
T N N GD GD N J T N GD GD L N L GD
T N N GD GD J J J GM N J N L N G
T N GD GD GD GD T J N T GM GM N G G
T N GD GD GD J J T GM T J N G J G
T N N GD GD J J J N N GM L L G N
T N N GD GD GD T GD J GD J N J G L
T N N GD GD GD J J N GD GD N G G G
T N GD T T GD J GD T J J GM L GM J

Pattern was given bottom right upwards then left in the same way

APOLOGY: please forgive my mistake, Rowan Summerlite 4ply for Girl/Female is n.426, not n.425 as was written earlier.

Upside down Carrot Bean Filo Pie

individual portion
egg free

187.5g tinned Butter Beans
40g toasted flaked Almonds
10ml Almond Extract
30ml Sunflower Oil
450g Carrots, sliced into quite chunky long matchsticks
thick slice of ginger chopped
189g Chestnuts, eg Merchant Gourmet, chopped in mini chopper with a lot of fairly large bits remaining
2 pinches each of ground pepper and ground nutmeg
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
30g Table Cheese eg Twineham Grange, finely grated
2 sheets Filo Pastry

CARROTS (15min)
In medium large frypan fried the Carrots in 15ml Sunflower Oil for 15min
8min before the end added the ginger separately to colour before stirring in

BUTTER BEANS (10min)
Preheated oven to 190°C
Stirred the Beans, Almonds and Almond extract together and spread out on 21x16x6cm oven dish fully lined with parchment paper
Baked 10min

CHESTNUTS (10min)
In small frypan fried the Chestnuts in 15ml Sunflower Oil for 10min
5min before the end stirred in the ground spices
After cooking and cooling a little stirred in the Cheese

FILO PIE (20min)
Spread the Carrots on the Beans
Spread the Chestnuts on the Carrots
Placed the folded sheets of Filo on the Chestnuts and tucked in
Baked 20min
After baking carefully turned the Pia upside down on a dish

complete protein 20.9
saturated fats 13.2g
uncompleted protein is in grains, nuts, seeds (gnus) 6.1g

W 252 abcd


Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.4 Raw Sienna (unused)
n.7 Raw Umber
n.9 Phthalo Turquoise
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

additional exercise using all materials above:
entirely painted with guidance

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n.4 keeping God in mind, in Raw Sienna which is to me about religions, structures, framework
dawn to daybreak, bright sunshine or rain, God’s loving light shines out through all his guides
not like rays of sunshine, not like fireworks, not like stars in a galaxy, but everywhere, not in one area, in small brushstrokes
like highlights, of everything
n.7 work carefully, in Raw Umber, in shadow
this is the contrast necessary to show the light
God moved the mountains perhaps as this is in Raw Umber, mountain shapes again
n.9 this is about speaking the truth, in Phthalo Turquoise which is about disbelief to my mind
my thoughts had been dwelling on the difficulty of balancing my perceived need for acceptance and yet remaining honest. I try to follow known God given routines if possible and place my faith in God alone if I cannot find the balance, though there is no Turner’s Yellow here to show that
perhaps the Phthalo is the principal shape with Raw Sienna and Raw Umber trying to find an equilibrium around it
speaking can be gold or yellowed here with the Sienna and Umber
speaking, peak, mountain, forming the structure
the entire picture here is mountain peaks with light and shade
the colours mixing will be quite green, the mountains looking like trees, again, perhaps

Plato Kale Bake

individual portion
dairy free

195g tinned Kidney Beans
40g crunchy Peanut Butter
pinch ground pepper
3 Albumen
30ml Sunflower Oil
220g Curly Kale (pre-sliced) parboiled 3min and squeezed a little
1 tsp mixed herbs
240g Onions, roughly sliced and chopped
3 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1/2 red chilli, sliced in slivers

PLATO (15min)
Preheated oven to 190°C
Prepared the Plato by mixing the Peanut Butter with 1 Albumen and stirring in the Beans and pepper
Spread the Plato in a 21x16x6cm oven dish fully lined with parchment paper
Baked 15min

KALE (15min)
In medium large frypan fried the Kale in 15ml Sunflower Oil for 15min adding the herbs in the last 5min
After cooking, and cooling a little, placed 3-4 stems and leaves in a jug with 1 Albumen and blended with a hand blender then stirred in the rest of the Kale

ONIONS (15min)
In small frypan fried the Onions in 10ml Sunflower Oil for 15min
10min before the end added the chilli
5min before the end added 5ml Sunflower Oil to the pan and let the garlic blond in this a little before stirring into the Onions
After cooking and cooling, added about 1.5 tablespoon of the Onions to a jug with 1 Albumen and blended with hand blender then stirred in the rest of the Onions

BAKE (15min)
Lowered oven temperature to 180°C
Spread the Kale mix evenly on the Plato
Spread the Onion mix evenly on the Kale
Baked 15min

complete protein 15g
saturated fats 5.1g
uncompleted legume protein 26.4g

W 251 abcd


Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.3 Raw Sienna (unused)
n.6 Indanthrene Blue (unused)
n.5 Winsor Red deep
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

additional exercise using all materials above:
pained with guidance throughout

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be respectful, tolerant and thankful
in the primaries yellow, blue and red
the yellow is that of religions to me, framework
the blue is twilight in crochet, two working together, mixing perhaps
the red is that of victory, reminding of the Tory victory and football, which seemed to be contrary to expectations
n.3 respect God, joyful birds sing God’s delight, light is the framework perhaps, trees may show the way, pointing upwards
framework like rays of light shining down
n.6 be tolerant, everything is dear to God, each and every part, the detail
all receive guidance and support
all can know peace
with twilight perhaps the blue is actually green
everywhere mixed in with yellow
in outline perhaps triangles yellow higher and green lower, like simple Christmas tree shapes
n.5 thank God, God makes everything, perhaps red fills in everywhere else
no white

Broccoli Soup

individual portion

70g Red Lentils, cooked 10min
40g smooth Peanut Butter
30ml Sunflower Oil
100g Fennel, sliced thinly
120g Carrot, sliced thinly in wedges
120g Onion, sliced thinly
2 Bay leaves
450g Broccoli heads, large stem peeled made smaller and parboiled 6min, florets halved or more to be about the same size
pinch of nutmeg and pepper each, both ground
Bread, previously made Ciabatta bread thawed (better not in microwave)

SOUP BASE (about 60min)
Cooked the stock vegetables, carrot, onion, fennel in 15ml Sunflower Oil for about 15-20min then added 300ml hot water and the Bay leaves and simmered for another 40min

LENTILS (20min)
Stirred the Lentils and Peanut Butter together and placed in a circle in 20cm tin lined with parchment paper
Baked 20min at 180°C

BROCCOLI (15min)
In medium large frypan fried both the Broccoli florets and parboiled stems in 15ml Sunflower Oil for 15min adding the ground spices halfway into the cooking

At the end of all cooking blended all three with hand-blender adding 200ml hot water, this made a kind of puree, divided in two
The second part added another 300-400ml hot water, blended again thoroughly this time and sieved through a sieve with round ladle
this made a soup

values with 2 Rolls of Ciabatta Bread
complete protein 11.6g
saturated fats 7.2g
uncompleted legume protein 15.4g

W 250 abcd


Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.2 Turner’s Yellow (unused)
n.5 Perylene Green
n.7 Amethyst Genuine (unused)
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

additional exercise using all materials above
please be with me and with guidance

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this initially speaks of opposites, contrasts
yellow is often the colour of cowardice but Turner’s Yellow may represent faith
Perylene, sounds like ‘peril in’ but green may represent joy
Amethyst looks like a mountain to climb, fearsome, requiring effort, but Genuine is about truth
n.2 know God is everything, may be discomforting, removing forts, no vertical lines in yellow
Turner was a painter who often, I think, painted pure light, painting with the light in front of him, contrary to tradition of having the light in front of the subject, lighting up the subject, he had the light behind it. Creating contrast.
Horizontal lines in yellow with Perylene Green in front creating the sharp contrast as it can be very dark perhaps
I have an amethyst, a drawing of it is posted here ‘Drawing exercise 9(3)’
it has no verticals or horizontals though – looks more like the shape of an umbrella, perhaps indicating this is more about water, God filled the seas, this is the Amethyst
Perylene being like mountains and valleys
sky land and sea
not in three areas, one horizontal line
yellow sky above, like daylight
Amethyst sea, perhaps like night
with the Perylene green mountains being lit by light above and below equally, like reflections in the sea
the colours here remind me of a sketch of an evening sky, ‘Colour’

probably not using the horizontal versus vertical idea or Amethyst mountains:
n.5 thank God, if feeling discomforted, if the Perylene green is horizontal let the yellow make it lighter, more joyful
whereas where the Perylene Green is vertical, not discomforted, like a green fort, the yellow can be at the back in contrast perhaps
n.7 work and care, every second is a pot of gold, in faith
perhaps the image is contained in a yellow sun
God moved the mountains
faith is said to move mountains too
Amethyst mountains perhaps
Perylene making the shadows
washed with light, yellow, on the horizontal but not on the vertical perhaps

Beano Plato with Fennel and Tomato

individual portion

195g tinned Kidney Beans
40g crunchy Peanut Butter
1 Albumen
pinch of ground pepper
30ml Sunflower Oil
200g Fennel, sliced thinnish, bulb longways, stem across, fronds set aside
1/2tsp fennel seed
350 baby Tomatoes, halved
120g Onion, thinly sliced and roughly chopped
1tsp mixed herbs
30g mature strong Cheddar Cheese, medium grated

Preheated oven to 190°C

PLATO (20min)
Prepared the Plato by mixing together the first four ingredients
Made a smaller circle of the Plato in 20cm tin lined with parchment paper
Baked 20min

ONION (20min) TOMATOES (10min)
In medium large frypan fried the Onion for 20min in 10ml Sunflower Oil
10min before he end added 10ml Sunflower Oil to the pan and fried the Tomato separately
adding the mixed herbs after a couple of minutes
At the end of cooking stirred everything together

FENNEL (20min)
In small frypan fried the Fennel in 10mil Sunflower Oil for 20min
10min before the end added the fennel seed and fronds to the Fennel

Served with the grated Cheese on top

complete protein 12.6g
saturated fats 13.2g
uncompleted legume protein 26.4g