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Monday, May 25, 2009

Some Blue Mountains alchemy

Here are some pics of the work I did for the Kamaroi fair this Sunday. Been dyeing my little behind off to get it all done. The two felted scarves sold in the first hour! It was a bit hard to part with them as the love affair was still young. I love the little sections of unexpected magic in the folds of each scarf. I managed to find a eucalytus leaf to print green. Unfortunately I was hopeless and picked a bit up from here there and every where and I'm not sure which venue the little darling came from. Here's hoping I can find the tree and see if I can make a green dye bath! See if you can see the ring pull from the tin lid in one.


florcita said...

Everything looks just beautiful and inspiring. The second pic, which I think is one of your handfelted ones, it looks like one of those botanic books, with samples of different trees and leaves... really cool.

T said...

What fantastic prints Pam, you are obviously hooked. It doesnt take long to get hooked on eco colour it just zaps you.

You have some great colours happening from your leaves, and I hope that you can reaquant yourself with that green one. Great news that you sold two scarves too.


Miss Gina Designs said...

So very beautiful!

Ladka said...

Hi Pam! I like your colours, I like your ecoprints, I like your felts - I like your blog I've just added you to my reading list.

Pam de Groot said...

Thankyou all and yes T is is absolutely addictive. I haven't yet learnt the skill of waiting to unwrap. Too impatient but I will eventually.
Welcome Ladka and thanks for visiting.

Yvonne said...

Pam, I'm not surprised your scarves sold so quickly - your work is irresistable!

Ahipara Girl said...

gorgeous Pam, I'm loving your cloth. It's fab.

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