i like how you've envisioned the word heartwood.
I've dropped over from Hilary's. Your photos are so beautiful of the countryside. Very nice blog. Deb Ontario, Canada
"a week of snow and weaving" - sounds beautiful, a line from a verse.
WOW--CAN'T WAIT TO SEE THE RUG-ITS BEAUTIFUL-WILL STOP BY LATER IN THE WEEK
Velma, thanks. I'm going to have a small table show at the end of March for Amy Arnold's carved wood figures. The show is called Heartwood, and I wanted to get some pictures for the postcard. These images matched the word,to my mind, but I hoped it would make sense to someone else
Deb, I was actually thinking of Hilary all dayI'm glad you liked my blog efforts.Blogging is like a pleasant game of solitaire, but I'm happy when someone else checks in
textile practice,It was a beautiful weekBarb, can't wait. I've got to rant to someone about guns,our guv, etc.
Beautiful. Love how the rug on the loom reflects the photos of your surroundings. Sounds like a perfect week.
Victoria, it often works out that way, not that I consciously pick colors thiat way.This rug is off the loom now, 4 x 9 feet. Now I take it to town to put through a hot, soapy wash cycle,& heavy duty drier
Sounds like a cozy-weaving good time! Such beautiful natural images :)BTW...I so often reflect on your little green box with woven cover. I love it :)
Susan, As always, your photos are gorgeous. Hope you'll post photos of Anmy Arnold's work.
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