The benevolent sower

This figure has evolved a lot. I removed her circular face and the orange headdresses became giving wings. I added a paired piece of that purple floral patterned fabric, so it would match the...

Mrinalini Mukherjee

Visited New York City yesterday with Suzanne. We saw lots of awe-inspiring artwork, including paintings by my beloved Leonora Carrington and Remedios Varo. But the most compelling work was new to me: the fiber...

Faces

Intriguing to cause faces to emerge from these fabric scraps with stitching. There is a sort of mute companionship. They are seedling spirits. It’s raining. #judehill #spiritcloth

Stitching

I’m working on a project under the guidance of Jude Hill of Spiritcloth in her Patchwork in Perspective course. I’ve wanted to do this for a long time, and it is a revelation. I...

Old things

I’ve been slowing going through various stashes of things now that I am retired and in a new phase. I found myself cleaning out this lunchbox where I keep my threads. My mom painted...

Talisman book

I stitched my four winds books into a dyed and embroidered cloth cover. The cover was made from an old damask napkin, folded in half. The pages were attached with a three-hole pamphlet stitch....

Little blue books

This is a work in progress. A long road. Step 1 happened months ago when I cut a batch of these mostly blue section covers, but never used them. I found the batch recently...