i've been thinking about signature. of late, leaving it off. wondering if the work itself could be that. could i let it go as that?
Jude, you've given me something to think about. I've always thought it important for artists to sign their work. x
You and your work are so inspiring. Thank you so much for sharing, being honest and being open about your process.
this is such a wonderful work!
I agree with the signature thing. To be or not to be and If I am….how to do it with style of some sorts. Wish I were there to see it. I love that place!
This is a very thoughtful, inviting piece. Thanks for sharing it.
It's not so much now, but for the future, with a signature there is never any doubt. Your work is very inspiring thank you for sharing.
It's beautiful and touching, reminiscent of a cocoon. I'm sure it will add a great deal to the show.
i've been doing mooncloths here as well. a natural outcome from my dyeing. Jude sent me here -this piece is a real beauty. as for signatures- i don't. i know what i've made.
Hi Judy, I love your work, I think it's mind blowing. I do a little stitching work myself and was wondering if you stitch by hand? Or do you use a machine - or a bit of both? cheersRos
I stitch almost entirely by hand. This includes the construction and the binding of my work.Sometimes I do a little piecework on the machine, but not quilting or embroidery anymore.And about the signature - I have thought about it and I do think it is important for the future. And for myself - I also like seeing the date embroidered onto the work - for me it adds another layer of time. xo
Thank you for taking the time to connect. Much appreciated.xx