Wow! Another weekend is upon us. I had a White Wednesday post planned for yesterday but our wireless connection was having issues. Thankfully, the problem has been remedied for today.
Since dust is predicted for our entire weekend, I thought I would share the beautiful quilts we saw at last week's show put on by the Kuwait Textile Arts Association. These wall quilts were some of my favorite. The detail on them is just amazing.
This one received many ribbons and was very unique.
I'm always drawn to hearts.
On Tuesday I mentioned my friend Kathy and the honorable mention she received for her Sadu weaving, which is a traditional method of weaving using a loom. She took a class, made several pieces and entered this one.
She named the piece Sadu Cholla. The wood that it hangs from is the skeleton of a cactus that grows in New Mexico. She packed it in her suitcase when she was there in April and brought it back to Kuwait. Indians in NM use this wood to make many decorative items, such as crosses, for the home.
Aren't the traditional colors of Sadu weaving just gorgeous!! Hope you are having a joyful, colorful day in your corner of the world! Peace & blessings, Tammy