Of course, but for the record.
One. Instead of many thread beads.
Love that 🌷
Simplicity .. so much space around the dot ⭐️
An ahhhh moment
(((Jude))) love your point at the heart of the matter
there it is
Ended or just beginning……..
how the red dot draws my thoughts to the beauty of the woven cloth, extending outward in all directions… like a meditation…
I like it’s ability to draw me closer.
Ha. We both sewed a thread bead! My idea was many, multi-colored, but after beginning the first one…well, that plan may change. Your solitary bead on a field of white is so calming. xo
It is more “i am BEAD”
Many more will follow ……
Yes to all the comments above. As an aside I am reminded of blood, in particular the drops of blood needle workers often leave behind.
I love that thought.
my index finger is bandaged … stabbed it yesterday and now it’s red and sore … and I’m thinking of Judy Martin’s recent post about washing the bound paper quilt, how the red threads bled and she mused “just like us” … so yes, this simple, single bead of red holds volumes of meaning
and I have come to love the red dye bleeding on some cloth. It is so so great to be able to accept that. Probably I mentioned that the binding on the Heal cloth is sure to bleed and I can’t wait. Haven’t washed it yet.
I like the red dot…but I especially like the cloth space that surrounds it. It’s the deep breath…
And I like how the red dot, the spark, let’s call it that, makes that space a place.
It’s horizons are endless.
I makes me hold my breath for a second. And the exhale.
I’m in love with this wee dot.
Me too. It feels quite cleansing to me.
I love this community.
I think it’s done.
an ember, fire at the heart of it all. 🙂
the spark. we all know it.
I really need less
Haha! But it is beautiful.
calm but burning…
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