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Thursday, March 11, 2021

Older learning process revisited


I came across a bag of torn strips of fabric from Jude Hill's Cloth to Cloth class years ago.

This is the first result from going back and exploring it again. Have made 2 more since and

enjoy the process at the end of adding smaller squares to the finished weave. It

 breaks up expected patterns. 

6 comments:

  1. wonderful variations ... and of course my eye caught on the moon-like patches of white ... but it was the dragonfly at the heart of the piece that held my eye in the end

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    1. It's fun to weave again. Can't always know how fabrics
      will be together, lots of surprises.

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  2. your intuitive choices always are together in such an
    organic way...this time again...perfect harmony.
    most Beauty Full weave yet

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  3. Thank you, Grace. It's wonderful revisiting that class. Jude's
    generosity is amazing and so helpful in going on and not getting stuck in one way of working.

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  4. Loving this, great fabric choices. I haven't been doing any fiber art lately, maybe it is time to revisit it. Glad to know you still are.

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  5. I will be back to it soon, this is just peaceful

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