Haven't posted in a while because I've been working to get ready for ARTEAST which takes place next weekend--October 16/17. Lots of scarves-- and some new wall pieces--not quite so big as I made for the Kaskaskia show. These are easily "house" sized. Those haven't been photographed yet, but here are some details of the new scarves hot off the scanner.
A little turmeric goes a long way--bright bright yellow here. I'm trying to figure out a different way of applying it with more control.
This scarf has a lovely purplish cast to it with pinkish gold areas.
I bought a few crepe scarves to try and above is one of them. The others are all silk satin.
Elderberries have created a spectacular blue, but this piece has not been washed yet. Not quite sure how much will be retained. I've been waiting as long as possible before the event.
This is a very large shawl at 22"x90"
It always amazes me when I unwrap the silk to discover what design has been made. This one was particularly puzzling to me with the oval shapes appearing regularly through the length of the scarf.