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snail’s pace

March 21, 2011

  –I’ve slowed down, considerably. Yesterday, while trimming the hedge in preparation for the municipal yard waste pick-up, I fell off the step-ladder. Result – bad sprain of left hand/wrist, swollen up like a tree trunk.

found this little critter while raking leaves. Weavers are partial to stripes in all their variations.

They grey scale is woven with sewing thread with beads threaded onto the supplementary warp. This is a technique of the Yoruba people of Nigeria.

and the weft in this piece was wound onto bobbins and woven separately between the areas where it continues across the width of the warp. Woven warp shibori, indigo dyed.

Both pieces proceeded at a snail’s pace.

Guess it’s time to slow down and observe the arrival of Spring.

— early hosta.

6 Comments leave one →
  1. March 23, 2011 3:22 am

    oh, jean, do take good care of that hand. not being able to use your hand(s) is very very hard.

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  2. March 22, 2011 3:36 pm

    ouch..get better soonxx

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  3. Evelyn Oldroyd permalink
    March 22, 2011 11:31 am

    Sounds like Monday was pretty blue too! An opportunity to catch up on the reading. 😉

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  4. March 21, 2011 8:33 pm

    You don’t mean to say that you were weaving with a sprained wrist! Oh dear! Take it easy and hope it heals quickly.

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    • March 21, 2011 8:52 pm

      only fell yesterday, acupuncture this morning and again Thurs.When we work with our hands we really don’t appreciate how important 2 hands are. One day of doing nothing and I’m going stir crazy. Being good so it heals quickly. Thanks for your concern.

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  5. Bea permalink
    March 21, 2011 1:43 pm

    Ouch! Hope you’re soon recovered.

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