Considering Edge

Edge is dynamic

I've been newly focused on frame in part 2.  As a way to focus.  But frame is such a big subject.  Concept.  I added Frame to the glossary, in preparation for rethinking it a bit.  But let me just talk today.   Somewhere in the audio is a strange sound which was just the Man here, testing the speakers of a sound system, before packing them.

Audio-On Edge

The storm cloud has broken the frame in this instance.  Instead of a design decision it seems more like the inevitable unknown.  Which is a component we often forget about.  So I will stitch that down, the simple interruption... be comfortable with it.

In General

Just wanted to say a few things here,  about here.

  Audio-Whatever

31 comments

  1. Sharon Koch

    Just signed up for this class and #2 yesterday. A bit late to the party! But wanted to support your current metamorphosis. It’s going to be amaaaaaazing. Sending much love from California!

  2. debgorr

    Peek-a-boo, here I am. 🙂 Was just reminded this morning of a children’s book called “This is not a box.” It’s about how a box can be transformed…

  3. Sue Facherty

    Listen, learn, repeat. Just what I need to take things in. I play your videos, as they come, on my TV (goodness knows how ~ my man sets it up) Then I stitch while you talk, and occasionally glance up. It suits my butterfly brain. We are content while you take time and space to plan your move.
    May your storm clouds bring refreshing rain to help new seeds grow.
    Mine have brought a hungry badger, knocking over pots and digging for worms!

  4. Helen Lawless Lee

    All that you share here is so good. For me, the once a week posting is perfect, as we have no Internet, so I can catch up without stress.

    “Inside the box, and finding your way out” YES! 😊

    • Helen Lawless Lee

      All that you share here is so good. For me, the once a week posting is perfect, as we have no Internet, so I can catch up without stress.

      “Inside the box, and finding your way out” YES! 😊

  5. Michele

    It’s sort of great and sort of horrifying that at this stage of life there can be so much still unknown. It’s equally disconcerting and comforting that the edge keeps moving.

  6. Here & doodling, imagining you wandering with armloads of cloth baskets…
    I was thinking today, too, about how it usually starts with one scrap.

  7. Joyce Leatherwood

    Still here and enjoying the journey from afar. After living in upheaval for awhile, I totally understand. Just know that many times the internet blogs and artists posts kept me sane – so thank you for continuing! You will know your home when you find it. I am still pinching myself that I live where I do. Safe travels and searching!

  8. The new piece in the upper right corner certainly sings with the image on the left side … also, looks to me like a big kiss! I’m enjoying the poking out parts of black & white material woven into the backs of 3 images. The right side seems to my eye to be a cow head (!) with the tail on the opposite side. I’m a big advocate of random beauty … discovery of the accidentally present … Giving thanks to you & wishing a joyful relocation.

  9. J

    Oh boy ! Its like a mirror. Same situation here ….except we’re not near the sea unfortunately. I hear you and appreciate you just acknowledging and being honest with yourself and us instead of just trying to manage all and too much.
    Tread boldly and trust your intuition x

  10. Love sent with you as you wend your way into the future…stitching will help keep you sane. Thank you for all your posts and especially your ‘words’. May things settle down sooner rather than later for you….. ‘bye for now…..

  11. Martha

    I admire your fortitude and trust that you will find your next home in good time and comfort. I will be in my here, stitching patches and other things, as fortune allows!

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