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Monthly Archive for May, 2012

Lupine Once Again

Each year about this time my Lupine is in bloom.  I love the fact that if requires no care and continues to expand.  I have visions of it covering our entire berm.  It smells great, makes bees happy, looks wonderful and makes me happy. 

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“Love Your Mother” is a wonderful creation by Cornelia Gauger.  It is 12″ x 12″ quilt and shows the Mother Goddess “hanging out” with Mother Earth and watching over all of us.  I love the fact that “Love Your Mother” is simple but says a lot.  The fabric choices make it dynamic.  The background is hand dyed […]

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I like to provide inspiration for you.  I continue to hear that you can’t bare to cut my Hand Marbled fabric.  Here is a wonderful idea by Kathy McNeil.  Silk and Sashiko  These endangered cranes have a beautiful mating dance. Take a closer look at the Cranes neck and the wing tips.   The Black Hand […]

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Recently I have been asked quite a number of questing about Hand Dyeing Fabric.  I thought I would give you a list of my favorite book and resources.  I do have several others that I use on occasion, but the list is of the ones with the post it notes and the dye hand prints, […]

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