Wednesday, May 1, 2013

blue lines

I have been playing with my indigo vat again. The result is an array of papers, dip dyed to create blue lines and shadows. I used a few for a new collection of notebooks called "blue line". Some of the books are larger than previous ones—5.5 x 8.5. I love the feel of these books and the blue hues appear so different depending on the paper source. You can find a selection of these new pieces in the store, where you also will discover a new sale section with items offered at 20-40% off the original price.

In a few more days I will find myself right here, in this little cottage on the edge of Lake Michigan, with two of my greatest friends, Christine and Kelly. We will spend a long weekend stitching, cooking, dyeing, chatting, and stitching some more. Can't wait...

This Friday is the opening of the show "fiber + fabric: art • craft • design" at the Craddok-Terry Gallery in Riverviews artspace in Lynchburg, Virginia. Three of my pieces were selected for this exhibit (Similitude being one of them) which is a group show of works by Virginia and West Virginia members of The Surface Design Association.


  1. Really beautiful all those shadows...
    Enjoy a lot in "your" weekend...and good look with the show!

  2. love those pretty indigos. enjoy your weekend!

  3. You are your work is amazing, Lotta! I'm so in awe!


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