hand made paper, shifu, artists' books, north country living, and some words
oh, i don't know if it's unhappy - it reminds me a little bit of the beginning of the little prince: what's under the hat? cheers velma, been away too long.
I like the wandering stitch... but I'm a bit clueless about the watcher.
i 'see' the watchful gaze..... hee hee hee very spooky!
Oh, I DO see the watcher, looks like Kali!
ooooooh! very cool.
Oh I see the watcher, and more than one, pensive, brooding, perhaps unhappy...one might be a cat and then who can know what a cat's thinking.
Took me a bit to find the watcher, but then!!
Beautiful to follow the dyed lines with stitches and waiting what emerges ... ;-)
welcome back, henrietta!valerie, YAY!ronnie, perfect for this time of yearh, thanks!ms. no cats here, only presences!lynn, !!els, we'll see-
The movements in the earth, they're not as we'd always have them be. Even the unhappy movements need to go somewhere, not just be told to shut-up. Your stitching, Velma, were you a Venetian dressmaker in a former life?
I see the watcher! Great that you took the line for a walk.
So nice the white stitches on the brown.I didn't see it at first either - but yikes! I do now.
faisal, what a sweet thing to suggest! i actually sewed most of my wardrobe (less the jeans and t shirts) when i was a teen.robyn, yes!susan, yikes is right!
there is always an eye in there....
jude, yes, but now i see it
I see autumn's eye...cool but wise.And not far off the foreground now.Pretty neat stuff.
nancy, yes, i like your "autumn's eye" very much
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