Saturday, May 29, 2010

A Pathway to Enchantment . . .


A path of wonder created for this very privileged
mother by Indi@, just to bring the farm to my sterile
hospital bed.


A magic carpet ride on this piece of milky merino jersey. that
brought with the contact prints of Eucalypts from the farm
their healing scent as well



Rich reds blazed like sunsets gently fading into purples



of dreamlike softness bedded on the softest greens



Nature in a nutshell! No chemicals, no added mordants, just
knowhow and years of experimenting with natural found treasures.

23 comments:

  1. Ah! This is a similar pattern of the fabrics I was studying at India's website last night. I was so overwhelmed. I love everything, especially the crinkles and then the fabric with green leaves. OMG! I love everything she does. It is unfortunate we can't find them here in the US. I am so inspired. I am coloring today and hope to have something for you tonight. AAAAAAHHHHHHHHH!!!! I am so excited.

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  2. BTW, What color are your eyes?

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  3. Ahh, you will remain your best with me, always; well or unwell but preferably well and you are always beautiful and I love you. You must know I love you and I wish I could make you happy when you are sad and help you be well when you are unwell...

    Well! This is getting deeper!

    Tsup!

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  4. Goodnight. Sweet dreams. Wake up with refreshed vision and beautiful smile!!! Tsup!

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  5. Are you ill Arija - if so then my thoughts are with you and I hope you get better soon - what a beautiful gift that runner is.

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  6. Hello Arija! Now, I happen to know YOU! You are the queen of beautiful flora! And I'm sorry I never said hi before since I'm too shy...But I'm here now! (^_^)

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  7. Will do, will do, it's so good to finally take the chance! :D

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  8. That is one spectacular piece of fiber work. I cannot imagine getting those colors.....beatiful and so tactile...
    Would love to have it in my stash!

    XXOO!
    Anne

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  9. Sorry Anne, this one in mine, all mine!!

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  10. I love the fabric and the smell of Eucalyptus is so refreshing.

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  11. Oh so beautiful. What a JoY your daughter must be for you. I love Ces' tribute and drawing of you...my how stunning you were at a mere 500!
    **kisses** Deb

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  12. Goodness, Arija, that fabric is a piece of wonder! Incredibly beautiful, and how comforting to be able to envelope yourself in nature's treasures. I can envision it softly draped around you, as in Ces's loving portrait. A million kisses for you, dearest!

    ps. I've never seen a rainbow in a glowing red sky before! Perhaps it is a personal divine peace offering.

    pps. How did you know! Kafka's Metamorphosis is one of my favorite stories!

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  13. Now starring on my blog: Arija! Sleep first!

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  14. dear Arija, I really hope you can leave hospital soon and feel healthy and fine again! Sure the nice carpet will help you ... love kri from Austria

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  15. Indie has great talents. I have visited her site. What a beautiful present.

    Be well, Arija.

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  16. Dear Arija, I was hoping that you had been home and not still in care of hospital. The fabric is so lovely and the colours quite appealing to the very nature we all love. The blends of nature and the love behind the hands that created it are to be treasured. You must feel better soon dear lady. I truly lift you up in my thoughts, as I glance for your entries when on here~

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  17. Thank you for your lovely comment. I am just so happy you like it ad I am happier that I am visiting you once again and you are here. Tsup!

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  18. Hello Arija, I'm keeping my promise to call again... Besides, Ces did say that I shouldn't be shy, so here I am! (^_^)

    And I think she captured you so very beautifully in her piece, don't you think? Have a lovely day! :)

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  19. A beautiful and loving gift to bring the garden inside to your bed.

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  20. Thank you Arija, Ces was right, you are full of kindness... ((Hugs))

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  21. So beautiful! And so glad that you are finally home safe!

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