Some of my squash crop not so many this year and quite small, this lovely rusted fabric is thanks to Rachel my sister she lives on a farm and has been collecting any rusty objects she can find
All this glorious weather has been great for walking, we have some fantastic countryside around here I went up to the barrow at Nympsfield to walk the dog along part of the Cotswold way, we have loads of burial mounds around here, having come from Wiltshire I still think the Kennet long barrow is the best.I had a discussion recently with a friend about sarcen stones like those at Avebury I think that the triangular ones are female and the upright ones male he had never heard of this anyone know?
Used this wool to soak up the last drop of colour from the indigo vat.
I did some nuno felting to make 2 scarves so that I could up the last of the indigo, the picture on the right was done for a textural sample for my City & Guilds and I thought I would hang it up
More deconstructed screen printing this looked a dingy muddy colour when I wrapped it up to "cook" for a few days but having rinsed it well I have some lovely colours in it.My husband and Shirley keep saying what am I going to do with it all, well the model on the left looks quite cosy and I shall give the V&A first refusal!