Custom work filled many summer days at the studio this year. Completed projects are now delivered. Before I completely shift into next season’s work, my hands and mind are revisiting techniques and tools: a bit like a family reunion. Grandma … Continue reading
Inspired by the bounty of garden produce in August and September, I created a stack of dyed and printed fabric on warm sunny days. On rainy days, I trimmed select fabric into squares and finished the edges. I call them furoshiki (Japanese cloths for wrapping and carrying objects).
The squares debut this weekend at Oak Hart Farms Holiday Market. If you received a bottle of wine wrapped in art fabric, would you spread the cloth over a table and have a celebration? And would my sewing friends stash it away for a delightful new project on a snowy day?