Monday, January 10, 2011

Weekend Play


I pretty much played all day Saturday at the puzzle table and did finish putting it together.  This morning I carefully moved it to the studio table where I will play with it some more.

Then on Sunday, which was a wonderful rainy day, I played with Tim's cloth.  But first I had to throw a whole bunch of scraps into a dye pot of avocado green.  I am very pleased with the results.  

If you are interested in Tim's cloth, it is posted at The Cloth Side of Me  page. 

Play,
♥ Sharon

13 comments:

  1. Hi Sharon,
    Ohhh, this looks like fun playing time.
    Lovely colours!
    Hugs,
    Anna

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  2. Beautiful what you're doing with the cloth, Sharon, just beautiful.

    I have always done jigsaw puzzles as well as other types. They seem soothing somehow. Now I do them on my ipad!

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  3. Hi Sharon,
    I was wondering if there was going to be another Towers and Turrets online class..? It sucks that I missed it!!!
    Please let me know.So interested in taking it!!!

    xoxo
    ziggy

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  4. Sharon I LOVE it....didnt those fabrics dye beautifully in the avocado green.
    I am patiently waiting for a decent stint of warm weather to start an indigo dyepot...apparently it needs the warmth! Dont know what's happened to our summer this year!

    Looking for to more of your beautiful cloths.

    Jacky xox

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  5. You've been busy hiding out under that other tab haven't you? I like the Cloth Side of You quite a lot.

    Darla

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  6. I understand loving fabric of all kinds, it has always been that way for me and putting it together in a way that pleases has also been.
    I remember as a child my mother saying we had to pick out clothing that looked good together and I am sure that is where it started. Even looking at scarves with her to go with her coat it made sense to me. We always looked at fabric to as she sewed a lot of differnt clothing items.

    I didn't realize all the work completed on your quilt. I haven't been paying good attention to the cloth side of you. Such great fabric for those trees, and rich colors all around, love the moon.

    In the past two days I have been able to do the stairs alone, so I can sew again if I want, I did sew on some paper quite fun.

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  7. Sharon...there are just not enough hours in the day for all your creative energy!
    Beautimous!

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  8. I love the colors, I come by again looking what you made for new amazing art works.
    Hugs Anja

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  9. Fun! I love putting puzzles together. I love your fabric dyes...lovely colors. I had to go back and look at Tim's cloth...it's wonderful!
    Have a playing good time in 2011!
    Mary

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  10. Hi Sharon,
    I've an award for you on my blog if you'd like to play along!
    Hugs,
    Anna

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  11. Sharon, Well, I am LOVING Tim's Cloth....as always, you are making a unique, one of a kind, beautiful work of art. The dyeing has added another dimension to your work, making it even more special. Inspiring, I'd say. You go, girl!!! take care, pat

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  12. Coming here always inspires me. You have a quite a To Do list. Love the colors you are playing with in this post. Glad I stopped by... haven't been out and about for quite some time. It feels good to be back in the blogosphere again! Even posting myself again! xoxoxo

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