Thursday, October 16, 2008

Home Again

Some Parisian icons for you and a mummified cat in the Louvre Museum. The cat dates from around 3000BC- how interesting that even then they knew how to make log cabin blocks! Of course they wove in narrow strips hence the joining of the strips to make a larger whole.

I am home again after 8 weeks of travelling- it was wonderful seeing my children again. I have swept the shed in preparation for some serious sewing which needs to be done! I have the itch in my fingers to get going on some work and to write another book. I have applied to rent a house not far from here- so I can still use my shed/studio- keep your fingers crossed for me, it would be a good solution for the time being!


patchbigo said...

welcome to house
loves greet to your daughter
further all good and many creative thoughts

Kristin L said...

Welcome home! You sound energized and refreshed. :-)

margaret said...

Will cross my fingers that it turns out for the best for you! - meanwhile, you must be glad to be home again.

Leisurely Lesley said...

hi there, I live in your vicinity and have recently joined the world of blogging.

I am also your vintage. I have gone back into your archives and found a lot of interesting reading.

Look forward to getting to know your textile life.

Mai-Britt Axelsen said...

The graffiti are probably by the british artist "Banksy" - try google him to find out more. I have a book about him, lots of humor .

I too vill cross my fingers for you..........

smarcoux said...

Glad to see your home safe and sound my dear... looking forward to seeing what your muse brings you.

hugs miss you already

Judy said...

Hi! Dijanne,

Nice to hear you are home again, hope all went well with your travels; good luck with the house rental.

Anonymous said...

welcome home everything crossed that you get the house, take care,
best thoughts Frances,

ina said...

welcome home dijanne.
I can imagine how good it is to se yur daughters again. we keep our fingers crossed to get you in a better place.
ina and gertjan.