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dee
outside of Boston
fiber artist in Massachusetts
Interests: quilting, reading, gardening, collage, history - esp. American
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How glorious. The pines and the rocks.
The skirt seems also haystack to me. One of Monet’s.
Toggle Commented Feb 13, 2020 on kids came at windthread
“Having said enough” made me panic, just a little
Toggle Commented Feb 13, 2020 on mind games at Spirit Cloth
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I love her. And her origin story.
Toggle Commented Feb 11, 2020 on how it went after That Moon at windthread
It’s been great to see how your poetic sensibility tackles the business of moving house. Your nook looks very inviting. Thanks for sharing with us. (I wish I could give my big plants away. They take up so much room — whoops! Did I say that out loud?)
Toggle Commented Feb 11, 2020 on Moving Through at Spirit Cloth
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With one boy in Colorado and one in California, I don’t think I’ll ever get used to it. And what happens when K stops accruing all those frequent flyer miles?! The ban on travel to China is necessary and I’d be terrified if it weren’t in place, but there go A LOT of miles. Anyway, you capture the dilemma of letting go in that refrain “it’s how it should be, and sigh.” Doesn’t make it easier, the naturalness. The proof of a job well done. And as always, your cloth delights and the stories here, too.
Toggle Commented Feb 11, 2020 on moon mulling at handstories
Based on some recent posts, I wonder how an awakening psychic part of the brain might influence dreaming and speech.
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2020 on buoyant at handstories
Sometimes I think the only thing that needs to be said about an assemblage is where each piece of cloth came from. Lately I am including pieces of a dress that I got for my sister right before she died. It was one of the last things she wore. No one looking at the quilt would know. But I know. Does it make a difference?
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2020 on Bigger Cloth, higher ground at Spirit Cloth
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I would expect nothing less from Marti with her lineage, her craft, and love of the world. I think we should all get ourselves some colorful skirts!! This truly inspiring me on a very bleak New England day.
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2020 on the long haul at windthread
Masterful not just in the doing, you old, plain and small woman, but in the telling. Such a welcome distraction on my screen this morning after watching some fact checking and ranting in my morning pages.
Toggle Commented Feb 5, 2020 on transitioning at windthread
I adore those bears. I think, around here anyway with people I know, there has been the infiltrating disorientation. Where are we, one asks. How did we get here, wonders another.
Toggle Commented Feb 4, 2020 on unexpected wandering at handstories
I’m enjoying seeing the deer. And those trees! That is some kind of Jude magic there!
Toggle Commented Feb 4, 2020 on even warmer at Spirit Cloth
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So glad! It’ll arrive for Soul-O too
Toggle Commented Feb 4, 2020 on even warmer at Spirit Cloth
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I enlarged the stepping stones this time. They surely are lively. Like they’re gonna get up and dance.
Toggle Commented Feb 4, 2020 on a gentle day at windthread
Another very dense post. I like your watery paint experiments and the finding of freedom within the form of BOOK. Seeing the four of swords, I’m reminded of the loss of your Emperor card from another deck. Again, the square, the balance, foundations. To acknowledge that creative space is sometimes physical and sometimes interior makes a lot of sense to me.
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2020 on Day 29 - results at Nichobella
The way the process shows me to myself is one of the most exciting parts and with Acey’s guidance this was intensified and deepened. You say it well above. How great that you had to put stones on your stones! I like that the earth images are held by such a watery field.
Toggle Commented Feb 3, 2020 on now what? at windthread
Something obvious that doesn’t get much said here: you live with very little on the material level. I don’t know how you do it and I honestly don’t think I could. To my mind, the underground, makeshift living quarters photo speaks to that. The reality of an almost temporary and jerry-rigged shelter. And then the snail? And the girl on the swing? The consciousness and mindfulness that walks thru the tent and walks the land and celebrates it all.
Toggle Commented Feb 2, 2020 on taking time at windthread
Fascinating
Toggle Commented Feb 2, 2020 on a remarkable pairing at Sparkling Lotus Ink
The inside and the outside observations have been rich to follow. I miss seeing deer. In this dense neighborhood we have lots of hawks, posses of turkeys, and frequent coyote sightings. But for deer you have to find woods.
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Omg that narrator was hilarious!
Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2020 on Hurry..go Look at windthread
Love the last shot. Funny I don’t think of you as a procrastinator because it seems like you get so much done every day. You’ll feel better when the driver’s license is behind you.
Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2020 on a sense of change at windthread
Computer issues are the worst but glad to be able to hear what’s up with you. Hello!
Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2020 on Catching up at Raven and Sparrow
Are any of these mushrooms edible? I was gone over the weekend and so had catch up collages to make. Just today noticing the waning of the energy. Or shifting?
Toggle Commented Jan 29, 2020 on returned at windthread
Lovely. I can almost smell the air. And I love how it helped you bounce back. And PS I just embrace the introvert thing because it just IS. When we have a party to go to I lay my pajamas out on my bed and tell them I’ll see them soon. I almost always have a good time. I almost never want to go.
Toggle Commented Jan 29, 2020 on a blur of Joy at handstories
Such vibrant colors! Love them.
Toggle Commented Jan 24, 2020 on valentine. who do you love? at windthread