just wonderfuland i am very inspired by your dyes and dying
a death, or new life, by a thousand cuts, beautiful development of your process
carve it up sis....oarsomely awesome. Looking forward to springtime hellooooos. xx
All very inspiring to me.
the textures you get are simply amazing. Many years ago I thought I would be a quilter and I remember buying lots of fabric and cutting up lots of squares and never sewing one thing...so your whole process mindboggles me.
how you catch the light!!!!!!!!wow
Endles possibilities.I love your works!XXXm
what can i say?
Beautiful, beautiful work.
stitching and reworking can be freeing
That's dreaming cloth...
i see the faces and bodies cast amongst the dye.. part of the pot or part of the magick looking back at you.nani, beautiful magick. Mokihana
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thank you everybody for all your kind thoughts and comments
Brave new approach, run on India!
this is very interesting - now every detail is catched in a square and has her own space to show around!
Such fluidity and subtle colors are dream-like. I've done arashi shibori with silks and often hoped for this type of nuanced shadings. Thank you for giving us a peek!
ur the best! really ... and those quilted blanket pieces (I said the 'Q' word, lol) are delicious. I wanna touch and smell. Always discovering new things you are. So very clever and creative Gondwana girl. ;)
the colors are just amazing ! beautiful work !