Sorry to report I’m having heart problems again, so haven’t been out and about much.
But I’m still able to crochet and knit!
So I thought I’d share some of my latest creations, “big” (only 6″ tall, but took many hours to create) and little:
“The Gnome Bag,” of Peruvian “eco-wool,” un-dyed, natural brown wool, knitted, with roll top, tassels, and button-loop closure. Felted for strength. 6″ tall.
Micro-crocheted cotton medicine bag, 4″ long with 24″ loop, on card with a soft moss-green 100% recycled-paper gift envelope.
Star-pattern crochet of locally hand-spun wool – a bracelet, bookmark, or tie, on a card with a moss-green 100% recycled-paper gift envelope.
All items are at The Common Thread gallery in Silver City.
More of my work is at “It Takes a Village,” also in Silver City.
And I have journals with my “Waveform Heptagon Mandala” art at Guadalupe’s, also in Silver City (open Thursdays-Saturdays). On the reverse is interesting information about the mathematics and esoterica of the number 7 (heptagons are 7-sided).
All stores are in the lovely historic downtown Silver City arts district.
Proud to be back!