but surely it is the doing of it that is important, not the time it takes...k.
in love forever and ever timelessly slowdagdag
A forever cloth.
How interesting to me to read the thought processes here because it never occurs to me that working with cloth requires such questioning; I always assumed it was about the feel and the feeling; that the cloth spoke and took its own time in collaborating with the person who held it and the needle and thread. For me, with the little sewing that I have done, it is like entering a covenant with my dyed pieces; looking and listening and looking until my hands reach for the needle and thread; a covenant between what I see and what the cloth shows me. Time is not present...I guess I would say to you grace, trust in what is unfolding; you have a kinship with the cloth pieces that you have made that is like no other...
back an forth. rocking. better now.
Kaite..yes..it is great happiness
Yvette ... such a good love itis and yes...timelessly slowtwo such beautiful words togethera kind of drift
Penny B and a forever i thinkbecause of the clothesline/clothline, like this will give rise,birth to another
Marti...a complex response.i am thinking about it...
jude~yes, like that tide of yours, something appears, iswashed away, appears again ina different way and on
Marti~i may have realized animportant thing in thinking aboutyour comment....many times it does/would happenas you describe, yes.in this case and i'm sure it willhappen again, i think it's thatthe ground of the woven cloth thatpresents this dilemma for me.i really LOVE this particularwoven piece...its particular softness, how it took the tea orwhatever it was (i don't know) thati stained it with...and it is animportant part of the cloth story.i want to put only images therethat are the minimal images totell the story, with the weavingkind of "humming" in the background. the stitching and coloredpencil, maybe, allows this???so...still thinking...and thankyou xo
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