This afternoon I was editing the upcoming American Tapestry Alliance newsletter, barely squeezing the laptop onto a desk of Swedish yarn. I’m completing a test piece in anticipation of a larger piece, and choosing colors for both. This is a big stash of yarn I bought at the Weavers Guild of Minnesota, and I am determined to weave up something great.
Every once in a while I would turn and compare some colors, and after a while came up with a few I might try. The first run-through of the newsletter was done, and a few skeins were assembled in the corner.
I thought it was an interesting and personal start to a color scheme. Then I remembered a rosepath pattern I bought in Setesdal several years ago, one I had looked at lately. I pulled it out. Huh. Obviously, I had been channeling the color choices of a weaver in Norway in 1930. We both like bright colors.
This is what heaven looks like
These pictures put me in my “happy place”!!
Lovely colors that are an antidote to the very unlovely news.
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