|gazing up at sky yesterday|
|looking through 'grace does(n't) do white', revised version|
personally I like how the white weave tilts to the left
absentmindedly sewing, thereby sewing bottom bit to top bit and realizing, hey this is wrong, looking again and thinking to oneself, actually this is very right; so add a thin layer of white square and deliberately fold back bottom bit, and now the back is a small landscape and a huge white sky and the sun/moon is still shining through
small square cut out of white weave, backed by pale, grey linen and latest addition of white, on the front a kind of curtain, off-white very thin cotton. A safe place, sometimes that is what you need.