Fresh kitchen towels, in earthy, spicy colours. Pasta sauce simmering on the back of the stove. Children’s laughter drifting down the stairs. My ever-present companion Luci. A good day to be safe at home.
Four towels, freshly finished, in spice-coloured stripes on a simple, point twill, dark brown background. The stripes move up to a point and down again in increasing widths. One towel repeats the warp stripes to form a plaid. The other three towel feature one weft colour throughout, with dark brown hem emphasis. The colours are much brighter than the pictures shown. – gold, cherry red, tumeric and brown.
. And finally, a table runner that picks up all the colours, woven in a combination of 9 shots of Rosepath followed by three shots of plain weave. The middle plain weave shot has four threads held together to add weight and texture.
This is Luci, part lab, part duck tolling retriever, great shedder of hair.
Wishing you and yours a safe and cozy home as well.
Once again I’m in awe of your amazing talent. Love the colours, love the pattern, love the dog.
Thanks, Lynne, I’m enjoying the connections to the earth and gardens.
Love the kitchen towels, was looking forward earlier this year to purchasing another at the Harmony Arts festival, same as last year. I put it aside for Christmas to have something special to open on the day. Perhaps next year…
Thanks, Gin, so honoured to know the towels are special to you. We expect to be back when Harmony Arts is active again.