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Loose threads

Once again I find myself picking up the threads of my life, both symbolically and for real.
I really felt the need to sew something, anything!
Busy hands …
Well, just as I was wondering what to do, serendipity stepped in. A lady whose embroidery work I have followed for a few years now at Opusanglicanum.wordpress.com has created an online ‘Stitch-along’ – making a medieval pouch using wool cloth and plant dyed colours.
Here is the project … Dragon

I decided to just jump in, it’s a start, and it’s a group activity, I need encouragement.
And here are my first stitches…

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This entry was published on September 9, 2014 at 11:45 pm and is filed under Dyeing, Medieval, Pigments, Twelfth century. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “Loose threads

  1. Oh that’s nice and neatly laid down, well done so far

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