Of course, there is no comparison between the two compositions. What I had in mind was to break up the space with wide ink lines, which Klee uses in many of his other works. I was much too timid (and narrow) in my use (and scale) of my lines. Klee seemed to capture the essence of peasant garb in his composition whereas I wasn’t able to boil down the ‘casual garb’ into an icon that most would recognize.
I’m sure there is even more information in Woman in Peasant Dress than I recognize. That is only one of the factors that makes the work of Paul Klee interesting.