Monday, November 14, 2005

I spent this morning in the supermarket doing my Thanksgiving shopping. I have twice as many cranberries as I need and three times as much turkey as I need and I am DONE. Tomorrow, I'll make the curried butternut squash soup and freeze it but everything else will probably wait till next week. I do not want to go into a supermarket for the next three years. I was happy to see that my bolt of Hoffman PFD lawn arrived this afternoon, although when I will have time to experiment with it remains to be seen. In the meantime, I am studying this piece of fabric and trying to decide whether I should randomly rip it up or not. It is a little too sweet for me but it has possibilities. I think it looks a bit more vivid on the screen than it actually is. It will hang on my wall for another day or so but you know, it just occured to me that if this were paint on canvas it would be another animal altogether. Hmmm...

4 comments:

gabrielle said...

Hey Rayna, why not just add some more to it...darker color, letters...anything to change the sweet?

Rayna said...

Well, you discovered that trick, didn't you? I'll use you as my role model.

Debra Spincic said...

My first thought when I saw it and before reading your entry was, "Now, this is something I like. . "

different strokes for different folks!
Is it commercially made or did you make it?

Rayna said...

It is batik and fiber reactive dye on cotton and I made it. Shall i join Gabrielle in the fabric design business?

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