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September 11, 2007

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Jo

Beautifully written. Your selection of fabrics looks perfect, well worth the months of tinkering I think. I look forward to seeing the outcome.

greenolive

A great description and summary of the creative process. It's hard to articulate, but we all know how it feels when we are in it. Happy tinkering!

shula

Love the way that head of yours works...

UNIFORM Studio

I love your piles:)

blossom

i really love how much you've shown with how little was revealed. (bad english, but you get my meaning, i hope.)

pale seagreen, wooly greys with bold, red dots. small red dots are my favorite of your piles.

lisa s

ah yes. work from the pile.... i hear that

michele

great description of your process.

and yes, your line drawings turned somehow into pieces would be amazing.

tea time and roses

Beautiful piles you have here... I cannot wait to see the finished results..

Smiles...

Beverly :o)

sarah

you know i always love to see your piles :)

Melissa

This pile is perfect - I can't wait to see it all sewn up.

Carson

That's an almost musical articulation of the intuitive design process :)
I often get asked the question as I'm sure you do, "where do you get your ideas"?
I usually says someting like "Well......" (there's a looot of dot dot dots) I find it hard to articulate.
And yours is a good articulation.
But I suspect that some people, given that thorough explanation, would glaze over with utter, yet well-meaning incomprehension.
Oh, nice fabrics by the way;)

Carson

That's an almost musical articulation of the intuitive design process :)
I often get asked the question as I'm sure you do, "where do you get your ideas"?
I usually says someting like "Well......" (there's a looot of dot dot dots) I find it hard to articulate.
And yours is a good articulation.
But I suspect that some people, given that thorough explanation, would glaze over with utter, yet well-meaning incomprehension.
Oh, nice fabrics by the way;)

Nancy

all of it beautiful -your words, your piles, your description

Jenny B

You capture your piles and ideas so beautifully and simplistically. You have a great eye for colour and texture.

I love your photos as well and just wondering what camera you use? I am looking to get a new one.

allee

I must say you encourage me to look at my stash in a different light, to wonder what the heck I'm going to do with some of it, and on the other hand, to dig deeper to see a different potential for each one.
I think what has happened is that I am viewing patching in a new light, away from the traditional which I have skirted all along, to concentrating on creating something closer to an art form.
Thanks for the inspiration and can't wait to catch your next masterpiece. AND all while you are back in the thick of it at work.
Amazing.

ling

Can't wait to see the finished product. I love seeing the creative process - from pile to finished product.

ling

Can't wait to see the finished product. I love seeing the creative process - from pile to finished product.

kim at allconsuming

I think piles are to you what lists are to me.

Diane

I'm completely enraptured by your photos and projects, but your words compelled me to comment. Your writing is poetry!

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