it all looks like it would be so much easier.Not. The addition of the 4 "memory squares"on the right, the seed at the very bottom,the brown square of "how it was" and thethin membrane of silk gauze, took 4 hours.I have no idea what to do next. Will probablyrequire an additional 10,000 days. Slow cloth.
at least... i am working with silk gauze now... i love it because not only is it sheer, it is like clay....so nice that you are posting your work.....
grace... blessings to you. you are fixing the world.
jude ~ yes it is like clay but even better and was really my only success with dyeing inglennis' workshop. In trying to use it here, Irealized how much there is to learn...thinkingabout all I have watched you do...thank you about posting. We'll see.
nanceWhere were you in california?????do you remember?Tikkun olam repairing the worldmaybe our stitches are a small but worthypart?
i was in the jewish museum in san francisco. it was a fabulous museum designed by daniel libeskind. there was a show on tikkum olam and how its our responsibility to do something to repair the world ... not repair it totally but just do a part. this is the kind of thought i love about the jewish religion...
grace this really caught my eye - now following - look forward to seeing more!
abigail........well, here we go.hope you are doing the workshops jude isofferingI look forward to the exchange of energy.thank you, g
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