Musings about what I do with my natural, compost, and rust dyed fabrics, ribbons, and fibers.
Congrats Kimberly. Isn't it wonderful to have your work validated by selling a piece.
That is really neat, Kimberly. I particularly like the format - natural fabric with lots of room for quilting, framing the dyed work with the river tyeing everything together.
Mazel Tov on the sale - this piece is beautiful and I do believe the purchaser saw that when the decision was made to purchase! I do hope you'll give us a shot with the frame - I'm really interested in how pieces are framed as that is a problem I face when I'm deciding on whether to go "soft- fabric backed" or "hard - stretcher bars". Love your studio - looks so spacious and well organized.Anna in Tampa
Kimberly, this is luscious. And isn't it fun to have it already sold.
What a great piece... very intriguing. It raises issues, which I imagine is its intent. BZ on the sale too!
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