Threads of Thought on creating with cloth and stitch
It is beautiful. I would like to follow this class one day.
Beautiful - so rich looking. I like your blog background addition of quilting and stitching.
lovely.just letting you know i've [finally] posted your images athttp://found-stitched-dyed.blogspot.com/2011/03/from-penny-berens-in-nova-scotia.htmlthanksand all the bestindia
I LOVE this!!
Aracne - Any of Jude's classes are inspiring and well worth it.Thanks Penny. And thanks India too - I'm honoured.Gloria - thrilled that you like it.
this is looking good. and I agree with what you say, and I'm wondering why should the freeing be so surprising? where do the "constraints"come from, and why are we surprised when we discover (or are told) that to do a thing you just do it?
This is such a lovely piece. I really the contrast of those bold reds and blues you've used against the neutral background fabrics
i enlarged it right up to see all the details, that's quality homework, very inspiring. fascinated how you made the star points with the weaving also. from a distance one can't tell, it needs a closer look. k.
Thank you for taking the time to comment, your thoughts are most welcome.