I’ve been busy on ‘For the Women who Stitched’ over the weekend. I also stitched a piece about Lethe – ‘Towards Lethe’, perhaps:

It struck me that sustained and concentrated stitching takes you to another place, somewhere other than yourself. Somewhere approaching oblivion. Or Lethe, even. Stitching can be a way of remembering and a way of forgetting, both at the same time.

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3 Responses to Lethe-wards

  1. arlee says:

    Kaye, this is beautifully surreal—-

  2. Kaye Turner says:

    Thanks, Arlee. I like surreal.

  3. I just discovered your blog. It is fantastic. I love your textile art.

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