Sunday, September 19, 2010

Hooking, Knitting, Fiber.... Isn't Life Grand!


 

Isn't this gorgeous!!  Done by my lovey Lily.  It's from a photo of a church in Costa Rica she took and turned into a rug this summer at our Jane Halliwell Green workshop in Maine.  The sky is absolutely brilliant, and the blue church with all the shadows makes for such a rich combination of colors.  Don't even know where to begin with the flowers other than FABULOUS!  Well Done Lily!
I'm currently working in neutrals.  This is part of a motif that will become a handbag eventually.  Doing this one for a friend, and really love working in these creams and mushroom colors.  The black will be background and the plaid will be the lining. 

Purple stripe socks are almost done.... weekend spent hooking, knitting, perusing the new edition of "selvedge"....  heaven!

xo dulcy

8 comments:

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Lily's rug is beautiful! She learned her 'lesson' well!! Neutrals are hard for me ~ do you find it a challenge, too? And what could be better than purple socks ~ you are a multi-talented girl!!!

Jennifer Richardson said...

Love the neutrals on black
...and are those acorns going
on the bag?!?!?
Such adorable little buttons
they'd make!
Lily created a gorgeous piece.
I love the colors of your life
~absolutely beautiful!
-Jennifer

TamboinMO said...

Lily's rug is SO beautiful!!!! Wow! Just WOW!
Loving your creamy/neutral bag that you're working on...maybe we can get together when Sheri gets back from Maine and have a hook and dye day!

Julia said...

What an amazing sky on Lily's rug. And I love how those flowers are prominently placed. I love those neutral colors to on your project. JB

summersundays-jw said...

What beautiful work Lily does. Also, love your neutrals. can't wait to see the bag. I love that you're so contented doing your needlework. Enjoy! Jan

Jacque said...

Thanks for sharing... loved seeing it all. Helps inspire me to do more.

Rabbit Hill Creations said...

Lily's rug is so beautiful! I can't wait to see the finished rug creation your working on with the neutrals.

Relyn said...

Oh, you know I love Selvedge. I still have the wonderful copies you gave me ages ago. I keep them for inspiration. I miss you, my friend.