Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Weaving Threads


Finished this weaving last week...
just before the flu hit me.


My second weaving.
Very addictive......watching textures grow with each woven line.


My rusted string is of course a favourite.
Who the heck gets a flu in June?!
And it seems to be one that won't let go.
No stitching being done in my house.
Darn it....
I'm back to bed!
Apologies for not being on-line and communicating.

17 comments:

  1. sending positive energy for healing.

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  2. so sorry to hear about your flu, i hope it's not a swine of a flu.
    beautiful weaving tho, interesting to explore textures.

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  3. sending you healing energy. your weaving is beautiful.

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  4. your weaving is similar to the
    sandstone layers we see here in
    the southwest. i think of the
    earth's richness and layer upon
    layer of color in your piece...
    also love the warp you chose. what is it?
    so lovely!

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  5. Beautiful weaving! Get well soon.

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  6. this is a fantastic piece! i admit to loving the driftwood in it...

    maybe your body thinks it's in the southern hemisphere?? where it is flu season.

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  7. Love your weaving. Take care of yourself and hope you're soon well and back to being busy!

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  8. hope you are feeling better.x love your weaving, can be quite addictive l know.x Did you find my other blog http://chocolatelifeandjazz.blogspot.com ?xxxlynda

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  9. The flu in June? There outta be a law against it. Take care of you, so you can get back to more wonderful weavings like this!

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  10. get well, the rusted thread is great!

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  11. Feel better, Penny! You will be up and stitching in no time! Love the weaving.

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  12. Hope your feeling better soon. Lovely weaving.

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  13. Thanks for the healthy wishes!
    Perhaps it will go away soon...I miss stitching...oh, if I'm missing it I must be over the worst!

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  14. Beautiful weaving. Sending healing thoughts and energy and wishing for a speedy recovery. With the odd seasonal weather we have had this year, it does not surprise me that even the flu bug is confused. I hope you feel better soon.

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  15. Just came across this post...hopefully you are all better by now! Your weaving is amazing! What kind of loom are you working on? This gives me the idea to connect small weavings from my little loom. Mmmmm...
    Anyway, I really love what you've done here...the colors, textures, shapes, wood and so on!
    Beautiful.

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