Tuesday, August 2, 2016

- The third time's the charm?

Patch #215 One Hill Country Year


stitched in the ever-present colors of sky, live oak and Ashe juniper.

I've written here before about my other blog, One Hill Country Year (http://onehillcountryyear.blogspot.com which is currently linked in the right side bar under my profile). Twice I've tried and twice I've failed to keep it going. So I rubbed the slate clean and I'm trying again. 

This time I'm going to head out each week to photograph whatever catches my eye. Then I'll select seven or eight pieces of cloth that reflect what I've seen, create a strip of patches ...


and write a photo-essay to accompany the cloth strip.

Since one of the goals of the original blog was to document the plants and animals on our property in order to share that with our grandkids, I'll also be including links to various Texas wildlife sites to supplement my photos and provide more information.

So, here I go again ... wish me luck!

2 comments:

Vicky aka Stichr said...

fantabulous idea.

Liz Ackert said...

Thanks ... now to see if I can keep it going this time