|half an hour before sunset the streetlights start to glow as the moon grows|
|the pink sky blushes on the water's surface|
|the next day dog swims toward shadow|
|the petals drop, seeds wither, rainwater gathers in garden dimples, grass become hay, a web of wonders, all this within reach|
Yesterday, after being gone for a month, I grabbed a piece of silky cloth, wrapped every washer that I got from grace, tightly bundled and created the same as on your blouse because I just had to be with cloth and I have not yet gotten back into the groove yet of foraging for local windfall.
This may well be the year that I dabble in turning my dyed cloths into bits of clothing...if the stitching doesn't make me crazy!
why not dye items of clothing.....saves a lot of stitching, although I do often modify the clothes I dye
Re dyeing clothing: Have made so much dyed cloth that I may decide to make simple things, patchwork vest, etc but may also buy a top and stitch my cloth directly on it...later, may try dyeing items of clothing.
hello Julie, thank you; I'm wearing it now and two people commented on how sophisticated I look in it, which I took as a compliment (rather than poring over thoughts on how shabby I usually look when I'm not in the office, covered in paw marks, dye stains and marks of unknown origin)