Handwoven lace among the sunflowers.

I have finished a shirt made with my handwoven lace fabrics – mostly huck, with basketweave blocks for the shoulders and bronson lace for the sleeves.  I used the rest of the basketweave to make a shawl for my mother, and have enough of the bronson left for a sleeveless top.  Then I’ll find time to get back to the loom.

This photo was taken in my vegetable garden, which has turned into a sunflower jungle since I couldn’t resist keeping all the volunteer sunflowers even when they overshadow my tomato plants.  My apartment has been full of cut sunflowers all summer.



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One Response to Handwoven lace among the sunflowers.

  1. Sue Cutter says:

    Kudos to Phil for a lovely photo. ‘Course he had a lovely model to work with.

    The blouse is very attractive, Jackie. I like the colors, the variety of textures, and that asymmetric hemline. Well done!

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