Those are great, Bobbi. I am green with envy at your batik stash. Arline
Boy, Arline said it -- those batiks are fabulous! These pieces are so nicely done, Bobbi . . .Kathy V in NM
Man you never stop. You've got to love batiks! I'm sure if you don't there is something legally or genetically wrong. What else could it be? I mean really?
thanks! yeah...batiks are almost all I have in my fabric stash...they remind me of watercolors, which I love!here's my local store online...they do have a very nice batik collection and they keep their website pretty much up to date too...http://www.quilterscove.net/store/index.html?dcat=19
Beautiful!!!I was wondering if Basho #38 was driftwood...but in looking closer I am wondering if it is dried seaweed? I can't tell up close which it truly is. I love collecting driftwood, dried seaweed, shells, rocks...the more gnarly the better...the ones with pieces of sand, rocks, moss, lichen...are the best! I do have a problem with taking walks and looking down the majority of the time! ;-) Just stunning and perfect with the batik cloth!~Lisa
mary, I'm still smiling at your comment..;)lisa, it is seaweed...or at least it's not wood unless it's a very small root of something....now I'll have to ask my resident nature expert (also known as friend cheri) if she knows what it is!
They just get better and better. I really can't wait to see the whole lot of them together. What a grand enterprise this has been - and it's been wonderful, following the progress. Magical how the figure floats on that one piece...Just love these.
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