Monday, July 11, 2011

Border Crossing

I know I have been appalling at blogging of late -as soon as I can find time I shal tell you why I have been so busy. But in the meantime here is a link to one day in the recent past  ( why blog it myself when Working Mum did it all for me?) and here is a picture of my SAQA Auction quilt Border Crossing

and its official description:

A background of machine and hand-stitched hand-dyed cotton, with neocolour crayon and a central hand-stitched 'road' panel of African barkcloth still bearing the original stitching by its African maker. Over that is a 'frontier fence' of raw-edged appliqued hand-dyed fabric and Ghanaian batiks.

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