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Lovely fabrics and colors. Cannot wait to see what turns out. Your work is so imaginative!
He looks all quiet and secretive, I don’t think he likes that needle in his side, but he knows it won’t stay….
eooowwwwwwww…. when I first saw the blue it reminded me of a bird species that decorates his nest with all blue things to attack the attention of a lady friend. Could It Be????
I can’t wait to see the final outcome. With the hues of blue that you have picked its got to be gorgeous
That is one cute bird. I love all of the detailing.
Cooee from “Downunder” Ann, I am waiting with bated breath, to see the finished bird. Love the eye, it was looking right at me! Just love your work and the fabrics you use and repurpose, who would’ve thought!!
Best wishes for 2010
the photo by itself is beautiful. your work continues to inspire me!
gee those colours make me weap
I look forward to see the bird emerge from its nest of blue cloth scraps!
I love your work! I love your birds! Such an inspiration. One happy bird:
Your work is amazing and original. I love the blues you have chosen and am looking forward to seeing what evolves. This is an interesting photo that intrigues the mind. Well done.
oh how i heart the things you make!!! lovely wishes
Love those colors against the wood.
yes, this one looks quite different before it’s even finished. looking forward to seeing when it’s fully done 🙂
It’s a gorgeous gorgeous assemblage just the way it is!
Gorgeous photo – you are so clever at combining all those wonderful threads and fabrics. Will be back to see the finished article.
Love the blues. At first I didn’t see the little guy laying there! Always inspiring to see works in progress.
I agree with Chrisy – it looks great just there in the box with its blue scrap nest – like some version of a magpie. I would hang it on the wall.
Spectacular photo Ann! As found in a textile lovers curiosity cabinet!
This blue bird is so inspiring!
I love the colors in this shot!!