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Thursday, April 14, 2016

A Soft Pocket

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Quietly this pocket became real.  With bits of on-hand fabric, Sari silk and buttons found.


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The colors going together as a meditation would - silently becoming.

"The true wealth of a man is not what's in his pocket, but what's in his heart." - Unarine Ramaru

8 comments:

  1. You have found the perfect element to fill it too!! (love the meandering seed stitching).
    xx, Carol

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  2. Oh, my gosh! Wonderful, front and back--love the soft pink and grey and the various ways you've added texture and interest!

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  3. Soft lilac and grey were often my new Easter clothes colors in the 1950s. I think every Robert Hall suit for little girls came in those colors. The second view looks like a "door" into the pocket! So much hand stitching gets my attention. Beautiful job, Penny.

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  4. These little pockets are a delight - this one especially. Soft lilac and grey always remind me of my much-loved grandmother. As a widow in the 1950s (and an old-fashioned one at that), she wore lilac and grey most days.

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  5. Like a nest - with little mice in it...

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