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Nature draws so much better than I do
Sometimes something tells me, I think, ..’I should draw’.. But, when I look around me, I find drawings everywhere. Nature does such a fantastic job, how can I compete with that??!!… And so I translate and show …..Nature’s drawings.. In this picture you see two elements that for me mark Australia; seaweed from the allContinue reading “Nature draws so much better than I do”
Puddles in the Sky and Rings of Time and Beyond
My rug ‘Puddles in the Sky and Rings of Time and Beyond’ is still growing. I can not help it, it keeps getting bigger and bigger. I guess some things are not meant to be small.. my Universe is growing and growing and growing and…..
After a weekend of packing, cleaning, fixing, selling, throwing out the old, tidying and organizing… we feel a bit worn out. Still three more days to go though…
This is Smokey, he comes from the Banksia Tree. Now he is a bit traumatized, because he was in the middle of a bushfire, and that is why I made a soft and soothing jumper for him to hide away in.
I’ve made some textile fungi pieces a little while ago. You can use them as a brooch, sew them on a jumper or a jacket, or attach them to your bag, or on your socks maybe.. You know, you can also stick them to your hat, or now that winter is coming (on our northernContinue reading “Mini Fungini”
big shawl for cold and windy weather
Because so many people are telling us how unpleasantly cold and windy and rainy the weather in Melbourne is…. I’ve been knitting myself a big big shawl. I think I will be just fine then.
Egghead – in medias res
This afternoon it is time for my Egghead again. This former hard hat will be sitting in a café, working on her book. I love that! Finding silence in the midst of city’s huzzle and buzzle.. Egghead – in medias res Former hard hat covered with hand-knitting. Production date: 2012 Material: wool and acrylic
The Green-eyed Monster
The Green-eyed Monster (As green as Cupid) Eye-ball cushion production date: 2012 size: ca. 30 x 30 x 30 cm technique: combination of knitting, rope making and basket weaving material: merino wool and acrylic