Just testing some new wool yarn I dyed in a fresh leaf indigo vat. The deer trimmed the tops off the plants and suddenly they are all bushy and full! Who knew?
I've activated the Gallery in the sidebar as a little shop. Only a couple of things right now. It's not a regular shop. You need to contact me in order to purchase. Pricing is fair but I will negotiate. My plan is to update on Saturdays. Shop Saturday then. I'll add nine more things next week. I am also opening a new little supply shop with a few surprises. But more about that later.
The center of the star is an indigo batik from Tiggy Rawling. She dyes on a nice light weight cloth. And the shifting of the design, I want to talk about that separately.
But really to let you know, it all ended up as part of the Nest of Days, the square basket that holds Just Going as it vibrates outward, and here it is before I closed the ring. The ring I call the transition ring. The edge for now.
And now it is rather large.
I imagine it will be a lot bigger. But I will begin backing it and talk about my approach to that as it has evolved from one method into another over the years. Which is how it goes when you keep at it.
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