LATE is the operative word here...this is my piece for last months' Colour and Light Challenge. I called it Late Day Sun because the colors are vivid and saturated when the sun is low, late in the day. I've been wanting to try a modern quilt for some time and this is my attempt. I love how modern quilts are simple and geometric. I also love their typically dense quilting. Another first for me (and possibly last) was the use of a ruler while quilting. I wanted the lines to be
What is this invisible force called 'wind' ? I don't really think about it too much, but do get nervous when the wind picks up and is very strong. I think this is a reaction to the years spent in cyclone zones and having first hand experience of the destructive force of the wind. I found some lovely quotes about wind- "Wind is what happens when air falls in love with itself." Barry Webster "The wind plays its own music."Bert McCoy "A great wind is blowing, and that gives you
I traveled to Lugano, Switzerland. On the first night, it was heavy rain and strong wind. I watched wind and rain performing the whole night in the lakeside B&B. The wind blew the leaves and curled the rain. It was a huge stage of Nature. The performance was phenomenal. The next morning I strolled along the beautiful lakeside. It was so quiet and peace. It felt like two worlds comparing to the night before. I really like Lugano and I visit there every time I go to Switzerland
Wind is something I think about daily. It is particularly important now that I live next to the countryside. There are many aspects to it. Three come to mind: - The gentle breeze, that cools you down in summer and does not make you too cold in winter. The trees and the flowers sway in the breeze. - The light wind, which whirls the autumn leaves, and turns the wind turbines that produce electricity from a renewable source. - The heavy wind, the hurricane, the cyclone, that can
I like standing in the wind. The sound of the wind The touch of the wind The colors you feel in the wind ..... . What do you feel in the wind? Please feel the wind...... This is the last challenge of Living Planet. It is long time. I am so happy with all of you. Thank you to Martha.
Before I moved here,
I lived in an apartment close to the mountain. So I saw the beautiful scenery and changing colors of every season through the windows. At that time I saw many beautiful colors and then tried to make same colors like them. This is why I started dyeing.