...inspired by my tortoiseshell cat, Catzee. The write up includes a black and white photo of a sample and the draft.
You can see color photos and read more of the details of the project on my following posts:
- Inspired By Catzee - Where the idea came from and how I developed the draft from a barcode of Catzee's name
- Catzee's Cloth - on loom progress and a close-up
- An Unexpected Wrinkle - How I came to name it "Tortie Trails" and the problem I had with wet finishing it.
disappeared at the end of last August. In spite of turning the world upside down to find her, we never did, nor have a clue as to what happened. I have grieved over her more than I ever have any other cat. I still have to catch myself, and not allow the sadness to overwhelm me again, by focusing on happier thoughts.
Anyway, I just wanted to share this with you. I learned a lot by participating in the study group, and plan to do another someday, whenever we finally get settled and establish a routine on the homestead. Even though this blog isn't very active, I still appreciate every one of you who visits, especially those of you who are regulars and visit my homestead blog too! Thank you!
"Catzee's Cloth" Made the Complex Weavers Journal photos and text are © 7 March 2010 by Leigh at Leigh's Fiber Journal.