Pile of squares

I’ve stitched quite a few three-inch squares. They are now in a pile. I’m not sure what to do with them from here. But it’s nice to have them around. Mostly blue and green, with some yellow. Now I think I’ll move on to either the two-inch or the four-inch. Something about this is quite obsessive but also soothing.

I realized I hadn’t posted all three of the woven Zati masks I made following Susan Barrett Merrill‘s example. So here are the three friends.

I got a piece of mat board with a black velvety surface free from a friend, just what I envisioned for a backing. I originally thought I’d mount them three in a row, vertically. But they were scrunched especially the two with tails. So I thought a layout of four might work better. I’ll have to weave another!

3 Responses

  1. Liz A says:

    stitching squares can be so soothing

    and I especially like the wild edges of your first mask

  2. jude says:

    i love the masks!

    squares will wait for whatever.

  3. Nancy says:

    That first mask really grabs ya!

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