This is a painfully slow week of spring. While maple sap is flowing, the water cress is holding back, but the bluebirds are here. We saw one bright blue bird last night at the top of the hill. The linen transparency weave, with lots of space, looks fresh on the top of the stove, but we still might need to make a few more fires.
Today should be more springlike! Your open weave of green and natural does, however, evoke spring and fresh air.
You and I both know how easy it is to get ahead of ourselves at this time of the year
Hi, I was just having a wee look round flickr when I spotted your beautiful window weave and I thought, mmmm....wonder if this person has a blog. Glad you do : )
Thanks for taking the time to look here--I'm always a little surprised when people do
I just found your blog through Spirit Cloth. I have just started learning the art of weaving. You make marvellous things!! So inspiring! The Jøtul oven caught my eye since I'm norwegian. We have an exactly like it in the shed up at our cottage. Used it for years!
I'm glad you are getting started with weaving--I hope you will love it. Yes, the Jotul is our house warmer, and I'm very attached to it. Thanks for reading this blog!
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