Friday, July 19, 2019

groping

Whew - thanks for the run on Dirty Threads. I've packed up the orders and will get them to the post office in a while.


This lot here is fresh. I'm struggling to get the range of greens I want for Night Gardener. Working outside in full sun and high humidity has a way of stupefying me. If I put up the umbrella (now dead) or pitch a new tent, I can't get the truth of the colors to my brain, so there's a lot more serendipity than color science. Still not happy, although some interesting things have hatched. These will go into inventory soon.


3 comments:

Joanne S said...

A new color way for you. A new you???
And it's fun to watch you create thread as you do your own work--The Night Gardener?
I see the fuchsia is not present and messing things up. Mixing green with paint is also a bit tricky.
The right blue the right yellow. I love mixing yellow green- lime or chartreuse.
And I love indigo blue.

Deb Lacativa said...

Night greens are tricky. Bright enough to be seen, dark enough to not be murky. Indigo will figure in. And the green/gold of fireflies. there will be dark colors, even fuschia, in the flower beds.

Mo Crow said...

love those tawny blues

Paying attention

For about a month, we’ve been trying to find a home for a fiberglass truck cap that’s been hanging around outside since, oh, 2001, leaning...

Play it again Sam.