Just to be here folks. To say a few things. Connect some dots. I am about to begin again. Here. Because it seems to be OK. That being said, I did run into some issues yesterday, but the help here is good and the problem was resolved. Since I started this as a supplement to Spirit Cloth, I have some cleaning up to do to make the Journal part work with categories etc. So I am doing that. Please note, since some folks were confused... this site is clothwhispering.com, in case you get mail from there, it's me.
I will be leaving the Spirit Cloth blog intact for now. So much to connect to over there, it will take time. I will make the navigation cleaner and simplify the design a bit in the next few days. To keep it useful. Your kind donations will allow me to maintain both places for now.
Soul-o and the woodpecker
Soul-o has a new friend. Some seeds from the feeder fall into the outside ledge of the window near the kitchen. This little downy woodpecker comes to the ledge each morning. Soul-o waits. They both seem very calm about it now. Watching each other. Some sort of remote friendship. The pic is very small because I took it from far away and had to crop it...
My Heart is a basket
I stitched this one while reconsidering heart. I have decided to put together a little documentary on my stitched symbols. And talk more about what I might call Compound Symbols. But for now, just to say I loved this one. It is personally satisfying as an image somehow. Close to my real heart. Someone asked me about how I feel about folks copying my symbols. Can I save that answer for another day?
In the same boat
I decided to make the quilting on this one look like waves. I don't want to talk too much about the techniques today. Because I would like my posts to more focused on one thing at a time. Just pictures today as we prepare for yet another winter storm. I read somewhere yesterday,..
We are not all in the same boat, but we are in the same storm. I don't know, it depends on your perspective. Anyway, hold on to each other. I will be back when I'm 70.
PS If I haven't answered your email, I'm working on it. Also excuse my typos. I am lousy at proofreading and worse at typing. And spelling. And all things English language.