in love - as well you might be! What beautiful process photos. You have conveyed the excitement of this art. I can almost feel the threads.
oh, the places you'll go!suddenly i am reminded of what it's like to study with a master, and how ceaseless the gift is. i am so over the top happy for your journey!
magnificent! and I love the new header.
magic. bet you could make shirts from nettles, too
thanks, alice, i am excited!thanks, jean, hannah did it before she leftaimee, of course you remember, you've been there!!!i, i've been meaning to try nettles for some time, for paper, for spinning, even for soup (so i hear)
that last pic is truly beautiful. and i sometimes steam nettles for mixed greens on the dinner plate. k.
kaite, thank you . i thought it was quite fine.
some music while spinning?:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7LylVVaKJQ&feature=relatedDo you know this?:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Paper-Textiles-Christina-Leitner/dp/071367444X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1299052173&sr=1-1nettles are great on a tarte!!
Velma - I love to observe the process from afar - this gives a glimpse of the steps and of what appears to be a meditative process. Like Kaite - that last photograph is sublime - so wonderful. Thank you.
uschi, love celtic music and don't know this. i do have the book.fiona, the photos express totally how it is for me.
Yes, just beautiful. I get a sense of strong and delicate at the same time...
ha! at first i handled it like it was gold leaf, had to learn to be more assertive. but then it breaks...
love is a fine emotion
Your last photo is indeed beautiful! Your posts are gentle story telling through images...enjoyable.
Also in love.
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