August 27, 2009

Columbine Update

I've been working on the palette for Columbine, adding in these fabrics, above and below:

The shiny strips that didn't reproduce well in these quick photos are a Mysore silk, with a purple warp and a gold woof, that is just gorgeous. These strips join the ones I did earlier, below, along with the columbine prints I made. You can always track back this work in progress by clicking on Columbine under labels in the right sidebar.

While I've been hard at work accomplishing many things, other sentient beings in the vicinity have a different idea of time well spent:

This handsome boy is yet another in the series of Not My Cat; he likes to hang out here and get his belly rubbed. The locust tree is starting to drop just a few leaves--it's not fall yet, but a change is coming....

5 comments:

Pat's Place said...

The walnut trees have been dropping leaves for 2-3 weeks now - not to mention dropping walnuts!

Gerrie said...

I really love these colors. Here Kitty, Kitty!

Anonymous said...

gorgeous colors!

Mary

Sue Reno said...

Thanks, Gerry and Mary, I'm really enjoying working with these colors. Pat, I've got walnuts dropping as well, and the Asian pears are ripe--fall is just around the corner.

Diane D. said...

The black cherry leaves have been dropping here for weeks. That cat looks suspiciously like the one who adopted us a few weeks ago - the one here is just a little bit more gray than black, but very beautiful.