I’ve been working on small wall hangings using various recycled and natural elements. The pine needles are particularly tricky to work with. Clockwise from top right: 1) cotton, wool, pine needles, wood, leather; 2) Wool pine needles, leather; 3) hemp, cotton, wood; 4) Wool, pine needles, leather; 5) Wool, recycled sari silk, recycled tea bags, raffia, nettle yarn, handmade paper and watercolor. All are now available in my Etsy shop.
The big news is that I finally got my Saori loom. I am so excited and can’t wait to start using it. Will post photos soon of new projects.
Lastly, I finally finished this felted/linen/wool-embroidered and leather wristlet. Now available in my Etsy shop.
It sat on my work table for weeks just waiting for me to put the strap on. Sometimes things just fall by the wayside.
Well, that’s it for now. I hope everybody is having a great week.
I have been working like a crazy person to get ready for my holiday sale. I rent a gallery space at the Avenue 50 Studio complex and every year they have a holiday sale that I decided to participate in since I am already there (as least until the end of the month). It’s a Saturday night/Sunday day sale. So, I show up Saturday night and there is an art opening happening, but no vendors. WHAT?? Where is everybody? It turns out I had the wrong weekend and had been advertising the wrong dates all over town for over 2 weeks. It’s next weekend. The good news is that since there was an art opening, people showed up and I sold a lot of stuff. Now I have to make more for next weekend. I sold out of the coasters and most of the hotpads (which I had posted earlier).
Here are the scarves and wristlets. The designs are based on my artwork.
Well, I’d better get crackin’ if I want to have stuff to sell next weekend.