It's raining today, and tomorrow is supposed to be downright cold, with a high maybe topping out at 60, but probably not. The bunnies and gardens and trees are loving it:
Can you see the little guy in there, chomping on my flowers?
Lonely soccer ball. Wanting to be kicked. But I can't seem to get the girls out of their jammies this morning. It smells like pancakes and syrup and coffee in the house, and the girls are hunkered down in their "fort"--the crawlspace under the stairs--having adventures. I've decided not to disturb them.
For my part, I'm experimenting with some woven/tied structures, inspired by a book I picked up at the library, Three-Dimensional Embroidery. I know, the title is super-boring. But I think the work in there is gorgeous. Lots of fabric and wire and strange, nature-inspired shapes. I'm practicing building some little fabric nests. This is not a great picture, but it's little ragballs (Eric and I have had a field day joking about ragballs, believe me) tied together with wire:
I've hung this one on the wall, so you have to imagine it as sort of bowl shaped, rather than 2-dimensional, like it looks here. It's about the size of a cereal bowl.
Here's the next one, done by winding jute with scraps and thread:
I think it will be bigger, like a big bowl. Then I'm going to work on some irregular stuff. Just playing. But be careful if you come over here. If you sit still long enough, you'll leave with applique or ragballs affixed to some part of your person.