hand made paper, shifu, artists' books, north country living, and some words
That word potential V - sums them up beautifully! I love them as they are...but know they hold promise of more.
fiona, i love the scene in pretty woman when one woman says to another "you think i got potential?" (yes, i've seen that one a few times...my daughter was that age)
I love them also, just as they are, little fiber bundles. But look forward to seeing the end result of the potential you see in them.
me, too. i was hunting plants for ecoprinting, and just had to include these fibers in my haul.
And... if you feel a sore throat coming on, you can chew on your slippery elm while printing :)
valerie, if i get a sore throat NOW, i will scream which you will hear all the way to new hampshire!
how lovely.... I keep trying to picture these both in their plant form... and imagining how they become fibre.... its all a big mystery to me... but I loves what I sees!
These are gorgeous pieces of fibre - can hardly wait to see what you merge them into!! Whoo!!
Oh... right, you're finally feeling BETTER. Didn't mean to dredge up recently passed illnesses!
ronnie, i just leave the hollyhock stalks and let them field ret. the slippery elm grown in my perennial border like a weed, so i trim it and harvest the bark! easy!wyn, thanks, wyn, we'll see!valerie, it's ok, i might start chewing as prevention!
V-I love the bundles - primitive and full of texture and promise. B
barry, one way to keep them from under control (sort of)
it's all in the potential :)
neki, i do believe you know what you're talking about.
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