wellllll now you've made me long for a good cuppa ;)
So Ronnie...what did you do with the tea bag after enjoying a cuppa? Just wondering...
oh how beautiful. The combination of tea bag markings, text, images and stitch is a pure delight.
Thank you Kim! Very different from your own work with tea bags which I admire a lot. Enjoy!
Hi J - it must be so good to stitch - the ability to pull pieces to gather and to create additional layers from beautiful fragments - to see a new whole from bits. Love the rusted fabric of course. Go well and stitch well. B
So eloquently stated Barry. I'd say it's a bit like taking a tarnished old tray and transforming it into words and bowls, leafs and earrings. Enjoy!
Warm, rusty teabags make me happy. Seeing you in the studio makes me happy! Hope you've had happy and successful days.
It's been a very happy and productive week in the studio so far. Totally unlike last week, thank goodness. Just listening to the studio muses and since they seem to be whispering words of tea...well, who I am to argue with the muses? Can't wait to see what you've been up to with Susan...
oh, hers is way more interesting than mine!
Ha! After seeing yesterday's post, I wouldn't say that. Your varied sensibilities are showing with these books, but both are equally interesting.
So beautiful. You have a way with those bags!
Thank you Seth! The tea bags are speaking to me right now and I'm listening. Enjoy!