how our eyes might deceive us
|what has caught his eye?|
a small cloth I've been playing with since weaving class with Jude the main piece of fabric was dyed with a flour resist in a black-bean-dye I seem to recall; after having made the cut-out star/circle I've been adding bits of fabric 'on the back' that are just lying around, biding their time until my eye happens upon them and I am enticed to use them; the only guideline here was the cross shape made by the two oblong strips covering the hole and I wanted the whole to be two-layered, not quite there yet. I just love how when the light shines through, both sides integrate and you
can hardly tell one from the other.....
|this is what it might look like, the christmas table for the beings|
thought I spotted someone sitting on the OldBirdKing's throne, must be a trick of the light
As for the cloth, I'd be hard-pressed to name the two sides "front" and "back" if they were presented to me without said labels. I hope it ends up a two-sided piece so all the work is equally accessible. Wish I could touch them through the ether ...
throne and table and the rest of x-mas decor are coming together nicely.
*the Magic Cloth;-)
Almost everything on the OldBirdKing's table comes from friend J. who volunteers at the Geefwinkel (= Give-away-shop, it's a bit like a charity shop where all is donated, the difference being that everything in the store is given for free to anyone who comes 'to shop', no money changes hands)
the cloth to be More...I can imagine
what the feel of it might be. The
quality of "there" and no, "there!" is
very wonder full. It's softness but
substance. It's a very Beauty Full
and am anticipating the long table
daring to sit in Bird King's Throne???
Might this be a problem?????
Do They know him? or know even of