What my brain looks like, on the wall. I look at other artists' inspiration boards and realize that most take down what they had up last, and assemble new things to look at. I layer. The first things were pinned here 10 years ago when we built my shop. I want to see at a glance if I still care about the same things as I used to, and if I'm still on track.
Out of this scramble emerges some pretty orderly weaving, with organized color, and balanced designs.
your sense of color is quite organized
Layered color. Truly beautiful.
Thank you, both. Each of you knows a thing or two about that subject
I think your board is wonderful!!! of course you know and remember every pieces but not every day.
...and you produce exactly the same as your board - a beautiful scarf. God luck / Meta
It is one of the most beautiful scarves I've ever seen. I love your work!
Jaimieb in IL
OMG, I love, love, LOVE that scarf! It is completely different from my personal style, and absolutely GORGEOUS!!!
I totally understand your layering plan. My design wall is layered with projects, and lots of things I don't want to lose:-)
Thanks for the cheers for New Scarf! I really appreciate the compliments.
We are who we are. "Plan" elevates my work style. I call it habit. I'd love to see your project layers, Lynn
I love your wall! The few times I've been to your store I'm always drawn to it. I love to see what inspires artists. The scarf is beautiful!
Beautiful scarf Susan, I hope to see it in person.
Lovely scarf...it really makes a bold statement.
I am lovin' the diamond pattern. Gorgeous.
I avoided rosepath for so long, but now I find myself weaving it more and more. The cinnamon and teal were what I really loved here. I'm glad you like the pattern
I absolutely love how colorful this is! So pretty.
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