oooohhh a web of silk gauze under a blue moon! fabulous!!!funny how my sentiments are mirrored by your words here grace. i also move through the world of how instead of what if... experimenting and sometimes uncomfortably moving through different how to's. with time it's coming along... slowly ;)
yes. thinking back to the exchanges on SpiritCloth a while back...about devotionto one's workover time, a loooong time. as in jude, as inglennisthat's why it feels so good to me to let goof being fragmented
i think you already might know how....i have some ideas too. you could weave a separate piece and apply it. i love how you can still see through layers of gauze...or you could cut into the piece and weave gauze into it. oh, i am thinking it might be possible to inlay a sheer section. now if it was class, i would would just do it and make some videos so you could see my ideas. even if they didn't work. ha!
"if it was class........" oh sigh. soon.but all these ideas, yes....the whole thing is only tacked together* soI can try everything.which reiterates the point above. we justneed to try things...I guess blurr the line.what iffing turns into how....*was totally amazing to me how just the weavingis very strong...not even being really stitched in any way.thanks, jude
I don't remember what it's called...think it's usually done with linen, but when the threads are picked out...do you know what I mean? Your post was a kind of poem.
just found an image of the pulled threads that Deb was talking about above -- what's striking is how many treatments in this sampler become exercises in weaving...http://www.egausa.org/files/collection/00022_Pulled_Thread_Sampler.jpga completely DIFFERENT route would be to build a circular log cabin pattern
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