Meant to hang in a window, this cloth is constructed around the translucent patchwork panel I made a while ago, from bits of lace and organza. I gave it some borders of white muslin, front and back, leaving the central panel see-through.
These little squares across the top suggest the first snowflakes gently floating down from the sky.
Across the base of the cloth is the heart of winter, and the lattice pattern of heavy snow falling.
There is the ghost of a flower, waiting patiently underground, waiting for the snows to thaw in the spring.
And there are icicles at the base of the cloth, along with some lacework by Jack Frost.
There was a small shop update yesterday, though I think this white winter cloth will be a gift. I’m going to allow myself a little break now, to recharge a little, to withdraw for a short time and to prepare some new ground. It may just be a few days, or it may be a few weeks. For once I’m going to take as long as I need. Thank you, as always, for taking the time to visit, to read and to share your thoughts.
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