So... what to do? The obvious thing to do was to add another layer; semi transparency is what Lutradur is best at, right? Mmm. On this occasion, though, I did have another option. Taking the lutradur firmly, I began to peel it off the Evolon until I got to the first of the felted wool. I then cut round the wool, and continued until I had freed the whole of the piece except the centre of the circle.
You can see the difference; the colour is nowhere near as strong, except in the circle. It gives the impression of something that is faded.If you look in the close up, you can see how Lutradur has acted as a resist, giving a crackle effect to the colour. I've talked about this before on the blog, so the technique is perhaps not new to you, but using it in this way, to remove colour from a piece, is an interesting variation. Why not try it at postcard size, to see the effects for yourself.
Now, I have to decide what to do with it... I think stitch, first. And then, we'll see. What would you do with this developing piece?