Christmas shopping always includes looking at the new decorations available in the local stores. Dillard's always has some classy decorations. On the edge of the display I found these cotton boll wreaths whose picture needed to be shared with my fiber friends.
Hope you have a gastronomic holiday full of wonderful food, friendship and love this Thanksgiving weekend. I am thankful for my loving family, friends and health. Thank you for taking the time to read and interact with me on my blog.
By changing color schemes a pattern can look totally different. These shadow weave towels were inspired by the fall leaves on the Bradford Pear Trees in our neighborhood. They've just begun to change, but memory has served me well. These are woven with 8/2 cottolin, using a total of 5 colors. They are sett at... Continue Reading →
A Mangle is a tool that adds beauty to finished Linen items. Linen that has been mangled is imparted with a sheen that is hard to attain by other methods. In modern society it might be viewed as an item of torture. Non electrified, this mangle requires manual labor, it goes against our modern society.... Continue Reading →
Though I haven't done any quilting in a long time, the international Quilt Festival in Houston, TX is not to be missed. Between the Vendor Hall and the Quilt exhibits, it is difficult to see it all in one day. My legs are still tired 24 hours later while my brain is imaging all those... Continue Reading →