it's been a while as I've been busy, not only in office & book shop, both boys have school related presentations requiring our enthusiastic presence and last Sunday was film-packed at the IFFR*, the sewing I managed to squeeze in has been meditative, meticulous and slow, so not a lot to show here; however I have attempted to take pics of the progress of this particular cloth, funny how the growth seems to run in sync with the season's tentative steps towards the promise of warmth and light
another promise: the anthropology of turquoise by Ellen Meloy, first encountered over at Grace's
* International Film Festival Rotterdam
if it has such great meaning to me because i know the landSCAPE?
maybe it's a good thing this Cloth
needs to be slow...there is so much
to consider in it...so many singular
As for Ellen Meloy ... I love that you will encounter the southwest landscape through her words ... and the inner landscapes will surely be familiar territory ... enjoy!
je kan er geborgen in schuilen
yes slow is really o.k.
daar heb ik van te leren
thank you saskia