I could barely wait for my hand-dyed yarns to dry so that I could see their true colors and wind them up. I love the one above, but think that next time out I will concentrate on fewer colors and more of a gradation, just to tame it down a bit. (me: tame?????)
of course, this one calls my name loudly and ever so clearly....but how will it look next to a pair of jeans? well, it'll be a surprise at the bottom of my pant leg, that is for certain!
aren't the lovely all wound up!
no, even I wouldn't put them together, except here!
I have been interested in these images for quite some time now, and decided to take pictures of them today....who knows, they may be gone the next time I walk by this house! stranger things have happened!
Last night C and I enjoyed a wonderful treat: we listened to a fabulous lecture by Bishop John Shelby Spong at the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta. In my humble opinion, Spong is one of the most intelligent, insightful and indeed witty Theologians of our time. We arrived in the lecture hall a bit early, were able to get front row seats, and then much to my surprise, Christine Spong sat down with one reserved seat between us! About ten minutes before the lecture began, Bishop Spong entered the hall and took the reserved seat between us. What a thrill! If you haven't read any of his books or heard any of his lectures, I highly recommend him to you.