As autumn approaches I have started to have a go at sewing a tunic pattern I have had for awhile…I am on the interfacing neckline at the moment. I have been watching the bake off on tv and finishing off a bright coloured crochet wrap. At the top is a painting about laughter..to see a larger version of the painting click here.
Its been a week of changeable weather this week with some days heavy rain and others very hot..autumn approaching. I have been playing around with indigo dye again and made this little pinafore dress to wear which I love. My son loved playing with the dye too jackson pollack style and made some tie dye tshirts. I think the blues inspired the watercolour I have done this week..its all about unitarianism with its no creeds or dogma..to read the full poem click here.
Love this quote by Lao Tzu. Well a week of new beginnings and baking welcoming fairy cakes for when they return from school or college. Click here to see a bigger version of the painting and the poetry that goes with it
Well its coming to the last week of the school summer holidays so I havent had much time to blog as I sort out everything for the start of school next week for my sons. To me September is always the start of a new year not January!
I always like to use very pale subtle colours to accompany the meditative poetry of Philip Waldron..click here to read the poems.
playing with paint this morning inspired by the sun and the blackbird in my garden for the mix it monthly challenge. I have always liked the use of yellows in van goghs paintings so have used lots of yellow in this fun piece painted with my fingers
finished a rag rug last night..it was one of those unfinished projects that I had for awhile..made out of old shirts, jeans and tshirts..very cosy though and glad I managed to finish it at last.
A week of picking blackberries, making cakes and looking at the beautiful passionflower in my garden. I have also been using the jacobs fleece I bought recently to make a felted rose for my hat, some beads to wear and a little coaster for my coffee..love the natural colours and working with raw wool. I painted this watercolour early this morning and the words read:
Humility, the Mother of all virtues, will liberate us from ourselves.
to read the rest of the poem and see a bigger version of the painting please click here.
A busy week visiting farms and having a go at weaving which I love. My aubergine growing in the greenhouse is getting quite big now so hoping to make ratatouille with it soon along with the courgettes I am growing. … Continue reading →