|Detail of orange scarf|
So I had a couple of dyeing sessions with just the scarves this time. I tried several shibori techniques.
Then today I saw the sun and thought GREAT! I can take photos outside.
Once or twice the wind settled. Of course, this was usually when I was not ready to take a picture. But I got these:
|This was an attempt to get a detail shot of the variations in the orange scarf, but it|
also shows off the pattern on the blue scarf behind it.
If you are in the area and want to see the true beauty of these scarves, please come to the sale.
On November 21st, I will have a booth at the my church's bazaar. This is not your typical church bazaar with simple crafts made by the ladies of the church. Rather, they rent booth space for artists to display and sell their work. I have sold quilts, paintings and other things I have created at this sale for several years now.
This year I will have silk scarves, hand woven items, art quilts, notecards and possibly a few other items. It is always fun - and I always love to see what other people are selling.
These two art quilts (that you have probably already seen) will be there. They are mounted and ready to hang. The mounting method I use allows them to hang just like any other piece of wall art.
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