5.10.10

Making sense

























Remember the WAY longcloth? It has been sleeping
in a basket in a dark (and dusty) corner since
early spring - but last week all of a sudden I
noticed it yawning and stretching...
Makes sense to work on it again.


"Hope is not the conviction that something will
turn out well but the certainty that something
makes sense, regardless of how it turns out."

(Vaclav Havel, born October 5, 1936)

Kommentare:

jude hat gesagt…

welcome back

annell hat gesagt…

Wonderful! And I liked the quote! Thanks

ger hat gesagt…

Thanks Jude (the online buzz didn´t seem to make sense, temporary...;) - yes, I like that quote too, Annell...

Lisa hat gesagt…

wonderful piece...i am especially partial to squares and checkerboard patterns...
with regard to the quote..well said.
I wish i could put things away and let them brew...instead i drive myself crazy til something is all finished.

LOVE STITCHING RED hat gesagt…

Your long slow cloth is absolutely stunning, I love the mix of soft colours and those teeny stitches. Love, Carolyn x

Julie Shackson hat gesagt…

I love your description of it waking up! It's so lovely; can't wait to see it develop.

kaite hat gesagt…

we all need time out occasionally, somewhere makes sense tho, great that it attracted your attention. k.

Jacky hat gesagt…

WAY is such a beautiful cloth...I am glad it has awoken from its hibernation.

Jacky xox

Penny Berens hat gesagt…

Ger, your long cloth is gorgeous, so tactile.

ger hat gesagt…

Hey, thanks everyone... it´s a bit more subdued than it looks here - the camera insist on making better than life colours, ignoring the fact that the opposite would rather please me...

Sweetpea hat gesagt…

Entirely terrific! How long is it...so far?

ger hat gesagt…

Thank you! It´s a wool scarf base, about 1.60 m long, covered about half of it so far...