Tapestry and other musings
Oh Debbie its lovely. Extra beauty is always given to something when its made with love and represents a personal connection. I also love the earthiness of it - that seems to connect it not only to you but to the world we live in.
Penny thank you for your lovely comment, I love that you love the earthiness, I hadn't connected that but that is exactly what it is, made from nature, in earth's colours.
Can absolutely understand why you are so fond of it ... it is a thing of beauty indeed. Also, something about your placement choices of all the pieces has created *balance* ... something often missing in pieced work, I think, but you found yours ;>]] BRAVO.
Oh wow thank you so much, such lovely comments, I really feel as if I am achieving something at last
Was probably always within you, Debbie ... just needed to let the "cat" out of the "hat" ;>]]
You may be right, I have since dyed two items of clothing which I am reasonably happy with, there may be no stopping me now. Though I have weaving commitments which I need to get back to.
This is gorgeous! And a first try, you say? Simply stunning. I love asymmetry that is well balanced and this piece definitely is. More please!By the way, thank you so much for the mention over at Jackie's Stitchworks blog. I really appreciate it!
Thanks Jennifer, this one went very well, having a few problems with further efforts, the first time is sometimes the best
this is beautiful love the colours !
Thanks Mo, have really appreciated all the lovely comments
This looks beautiful... and by the way, I like the way the anchoring stones and pavers below complement the quilt.
Thanks Dee yes the background does compliment the cloth