Saturday, March 21, 2009

morning, night and noon

For the last week I have done nothing much else but stitch this piece. I've used nearly 3 balls of thick cotton thread and the result is heavy and thick and folds beautifully. I just want it to hang beautifully. The thread itself has changed the imagery and I'm trying to listen to what it's telling me to do next.

24 comments:

Lesley Turner said...

This cloth looks so lush & vocal. i am sure it will tell you want it needs. Beautiful work.

Jackie said...

What an absolutely gorgeous textural piece. I want to hold it!

jude said...

thisis one of the most beautiful cloths i have ever seen.

arlee said...

White and texture has never looked so right.....

Judy Martin said...

Wow. Thanks for those great comments. Much appreciated, and by the way, I love all of your work. Yay blogging.

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debg said...

Came to visit from Spirit Cloth. This is so incredible....

Gunnels blog said...

SO beautiful !!

shiborigirl said...

a most beautiful 'whiteout"

Phyllis said...

Exquisite! I think I could stare at it for hours and feel contentment.

Tess said...

beautiful, I love white on white...

beadbabe49 said...

Wonderful work...thanks to jude for the pointer here!

Mal* said...

I'm mesmerized.

Sue said...

Wow. Just lovely.

jill said...

This is great, the texture is absolutely stunning, I know what you mean about having to hold it.

purejuice said...

yum, thanks for posting.

Lainie said...

Whoa Judy --- amazing. Soulful. Beautiful.

lee said...

fabulous

tangled stitch said...

Wow! A truly beautiful serene piece or peace. Lovely!

Micki said...

Simply stunning!

Jacky said...

Hard to find the words to do this piece justice...I sincerely just love it.

(visiting from the blog of Jude Hill).

karen said...

I am intrigued by the wrapped figure in this piece? Stunning work and lovely to see more of it on your most recent post.
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. karen

jewelrygirl said...

That is exquisite. Wow!

Mo Crow said...

I have never seen this piece before Judy, ended up here whilst exploring Jude's 113 posts about her Coma Cloth, she linked to the wonder of this work back in 2009!