I received a package of glorious color today from The Wool Peddler. These are wooly cupcakes in delicious color ways.
This is silk Sari Ribbon which I will use in felting.
A gorgeous pound of hand-dyed high quality roving that are ends and leftovers at a great price.
I love these silk fibers – can’t wait to use them in felting.
This is pulled silk fiber, made by pulling the fibers from remnants.
I knew I could not survive the virus unscathed. I now have sinusitis which is causing severe vertigo when I awaken in the morning. After a saline rinse and sitting quietly for a couple of hours, I can sort of resume normal activity. My Dr. is out of town until Wednesday, so I am biding my time trying to cope with another setback.
We had a nice family meal last evening for Father’s Day. It was fun to see M & M and get caught up on their plans for the summer. I gave some books and sketch books to use this summer.
I got down to the studio this afternoon and actually made a thermofax screen and printed some images. I had fun last Friday with Photoshop and a couple of photos I took 3 years ago. I turned them into black and white sketches.
That is Mark and Jayme in the photo above. I did a test print on muslin and then printed on two different organzas.
This is a white organza with a woven leaf print.
This is a dark gray organza. The print on muslin was much clearer.
I received a lovely message from Jane Dunnewold this afternoon, telling me how much she liked my piece that I did for the SDA Member’s show at the conference. She thought it was one of the top ten pieces. I really needed that boost. In case you have forgotten, you can see it here.
Mr C came down with the crappy virus this week-end, but today, he was back at work, dismantling our old deck.