(Can you see what I mean on second photo).
The results of eco-dyeing with eucalyptus and plants from my garden. Eco-dyeing is a process of experimentation and time.
Winter sunny days are displaying a beautiful range of blues – all changing as the day matures into darkness.
Cool greys and sage greens also feature with this cooler weather that’s blowing snow on nearby ranges.
These scarves have just been hand-dyed using my Acid Dyes on silk. Anything messy and experimental gets me moving. Here’s the latest outcomes.
I have returned from a spell away from the digital world. Time out from organised creativity has been spell of fresh air to rethink my desires.
During this time I have created this piece with collage of fabric and yarns applied to merino wool and silk fibres. In turn this was wet-felted and then stitched to create texture and interest.
Being shown at Dungog by Design’s exhibition (more details about this later) It now hangs happily in a newly acquired home in Paddington, Sydney which is proudly owned by a Dungog resident. In one way it was hard to see it go, in another I love that someone thinks it so special to hang it in their new home well away from their Dungog home.