After redoing some of the stamped letters by stenciling, I tried a little lino cut. A traditional Estonian pattern. First I tried acrylics, but they don't print well. Haha, so I have a reason to buy more textile paint...
Judy, there is the Laufer eraser we talked about. It is no larger than the other ones.
Little advice for all lino cutters: If you have a larger piece and plan smaller ones, make the cut first, then separate it from the rest. I started with a small piece which is a nuissance. Well, I guess you were wiser than me.
How long ago did I do lino cut? It must have been about 40 years. It was easier than I thought, and it smells nice. I'm sure I'll be doing some more. But now I have to go out into the sun before it is gone and maybe cut some shoots from trees I will plant into the new gaps.