Saturday, 9 October 2010

marmalade

this fragment somehow reminds me of Paddington bear
who accidentally followed a trail of dried marmalade
on his map
i like to do that too

13 comments:

  1. An image worthy of contemplation. Marmalade trails? ....I follow coffee trails.

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  2. I remember Marmalade skies but don't think I've had the pleasure of Marmalade trails. The piece reminds me of scrumbles...free form. Yummy

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  3. such interesting work...I love random thoughts, random stitches too....

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  4. "marmalade, I like marmalade"

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  5. i haven't made art in 28 years... your blog makes me want to begin anew...

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  6. i find that by following marmalade trails, or the like, you are led to the most exciting of adventures... 21 sleeps - who would have thought it?! xo

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  7. I am very excited to have come across some eucalyptus in my city travels today, I am reading up and preparing...

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  8. Why yes! There he is!
    Makes me want to stitch and dye and eat marmalade.

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  9. Marmlalade is better than most, yes?
    I love it when dyed fabric looks like 'dirty' napkins. -J

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  10. I am on a trip teaching a workshop and on the hotel computer and I see that I am quite behind, but I love the marmalade trail. will catch up when I arrive back home.

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  11. I am attracted to the little groups of stitches. Pleasing contrast to the warm runny marmalade feel. Gilly

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