That's a clever idea! :clap: Thanks for sharing because my slab mold had ridges on the bottom and I couldn't set the column in the center. I'd still get an interesting swirl but never an even one, kwim?Rather than using an actual column, I taped 2 pieces of string across the mold to mark the center point. I poured over that each time so that I would still get the concentric rings then did the swirl.
I'm still impressed by how you thought outside the box to solve a problem. It's a creative solution. :grin:Honestly, I couldn't figure out how to get a column in the mold that was skinny enough for my liking, but that would be heavy enough to not fall over. Then I realized that all I really need is a target that doesn't move. I eyeballed the placement, using a light weight yarn that doesn't have any loose fibers. Easy peasy, and nothing to remove from the mold and potentially goof up the rings.