Life in art of all persuasions
This is superb - I am full of mixed emotions: wishing I could stand by your side and have you explain the processes and thought behind all you have done to create this magical piece (maybe I have missed something because i have not been reading blogs lately) and ... said in a whisper ... a touch of envy that I cannot at the moment find the time to work on al I want to create; and time to do so is running out. But thankyou for lifting my heart with your sharing. I'm going to look again at all of these images; so very beautiful.
Oh, I am so glad to stop by today. This is a magical and beautiful piece, so soft... like a thought, so textural and dreamy. I am in love with your stiching, and the bag in the first photo as well. Now I am going to look again... roxanne
yummm..the knitted bag like a soft spider web, and the calico?... with those rough edges, and stitching/layers.. ...love it all...love your blog...xx..julia
Love the bag... like soft spiderweb ...and those pages with the rough edges, and layers..yumm..loveit all..love your blog..xx..julia
Janette,What a wonderful fabric book! I have been working on a couple of different ones too, in-between everything else - like you, you know, painting, dyeing, whatever!Would just love to see this in person, it begs to be held, pages turned...Delorse
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