Saturday, March 10, 2007

Virtual Blogger: The End....Or Is It?

I did find a few that were similar; but like snowflakes, no two were alike. Out of the the whole batch. there were only 2 I found to be unacceptable. (boring, not much color change)
I had so much fun playing with them, arranging them, sorting them by color, and grading them as stand alone mini-art.
Weaving samples was a "job" I vowed I would never do. I don't know what caused me to volunteer, but it was the most satisfying project I created that entire year. I highly recommend it for anyone who needs a little creative push.

As I look at these pictures and remember the joy I received from the entire process, I am tempted to set up some sort of sample exchange.

, something to think about while I am traveling...


Valerie said...

Thanks for taking the time to do the posts on the "ikat" samples. The colors are lovely and such a great idea! A couple years ago, I wove the samples for our guild's newsletter in 20/2's rayon in huck lace. Unlike you, I wimped out and let another team take over cutting and mounting the samples.

Terri said...

Just beautiful Bonnie! thanks for sharing and I really liked your comparison with Tibetan Sand Painters.