I am participating in a round robin sponsored by the Five, a group here in Maine. The piece I am sending was one of a batch that I snow dyed last winter. I was going to continue working on it because of it's lightness, so I thought it would be a perfect piece for someone else to add to.
I have recently become interested in silverplate silverware. Lots of possibilities; so far I have made planter markers, small bud vases and my most recent - a wind chime using a tea pot lid, two spoons and a knife handle along with found sea glass and shells. Nothing fiber related here, but I love to find ways to use/reuse/repurpose stuff that is just gathering dust or headed for the transfer station.
Also, as of today, six of my pieces will be hanging at the Island Institute's Archipelago, in Rockland, Maine. Below is a picture from their site, showing three of my smaller pieces on the second shelf.
Living in Maine with my best friend,Sam, four sheep and a llama, nine ducks, two dogs, one pony and two fish. Oops, make that six sheep now. Working with fiber whether it is paper, felt or fabric, pleases me. The feel of the fiber is important - the tactile aspect of my projects give me as much pleasure as the visual.