pink-is-as-pink-does

When I photographed the upper right block shown here, I had on pink-polka-dotted pjs and a number of people commented on how much they seemed to be a part of the work… so a few days later, I cut the bottoms off and used some strips here and there. You can see them in two of the squares here.

So far, taking Jude Hill’s online class (spirit cloth), I have been so enamored with making little woven studies, that I haven’t graduated to some of the other techniques… but I shall, I shall.

Today? The air is brisk and wakes one up. Walking Jack, I heard birds at a neighbor’s, rustling around… tossing yellow leaves up with their beaks… behavior I’ve never seen before. Had my neighbor recently seeded his lawn? Was there a collection of worms or bugs there for some reason? They definitely were looking for something!

10 thoughts on “pink-is-as-pink-does

  1. ellsea

    mmm – so warming on such a cold, grim & grey day 🙂 I love the way the different strips of pink and yellow bring all the elements together.

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  2. Robin

    Love the wild energy of this one. It’s so modern, yet somehow reminds me of the Gees Bend pieces. (I have a Jack too, of the bulldog persuasion.)

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  3. deemallon Post author

    Thanks Robin and Victoria — after a long spell with dark, dark colors, I am draw to these peppy pinks…. Gees Bend? Really?! That is a compliment of a very high order!

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