Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Work in Progess Wednesday

Finally finished.  My New Zealand piece for the Ailsa Craig Quit and Fibre Festival feels very special to me.  I used a piece of batik fabric that I purchased while in New Zealand.  I depicted the mountains in my piece because my husband and I hiked a mountain while we there.  Hiking a mountain was a bucket list item for me.  I am so glad that I did and feel like I can persevere through anything after doing it.  It was neither easy or fun.  I ended up with 10 blisters on my feet and could barely hobble to the car at the end.  But I DID IT!

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4 comments:

Queeniepatch said...

Beautiful batik and mother-of-pearl work so well on this beautiful landscape full of memories and meaning.

Mary Ann Tate said...

Lovely. I have never climbed a real mountain as such except one in Lake Placid. More of a very tall hill. That was many years ago and it had a pathway up to the top...and an elevator. I didn't discover that fact until after we got to the top:) I took the elevator down.


Pat .F in Winnipeg said...

Accomplishing anything, especially when it's difficult for you, is something to be proud of. Well Done!!

Susan said...

Beautiful use of those batiks!