Saturday, September 10, 2011

Thursday I had another episode with my eye. I know I sound like a broken record, hey I feel like a broken record! So yesterday I spent most of it seeing doctors and having tests run. The good news is that my retinal tears have healed and it didn't appear I had any new ones. The bad news is my eye had hemorrhaged again and filled with blood. WHY? No one knows and that is the mystery. So ........ I can't keep harping about this here on my blog. It's frustrating and I hate having to go through the hoops but it's the only way I can hopefully get to the bottom of this whole issue.

I also wanted to thank everyone who left a comment about the webiste/blog questions. I have a lot of information to process and when I have time to formulate my decision I'll be back to post about it. Thanks again to all.

That said here are the items I forwarded to be juried for the Weavers' Guild of St. Louis annual show. I sent four items but unfortunately didn't take a picture of the shirt with a velvet flounce because I thought I had already taken pics of it. Obviously I didn't. I hope these new eco dye print pieces are accepted and if you live in the St. Louis area please come see the show. I plan to be there and always look forward to seeing the members I've become such good friend with and catching up but mostly to see all the wonderful items these very talented members create!

silk crepe tee top, eco dye printed

silk chiffon cape, eco dye printed and a dye printed habotai silk piece (cut from a print I bought from Arlee Barr) appliqued and stitched on the back.

silk noil eco dye print scarf with embroidery stitching and gemstones


Caty said...

I hope I can make it to the show again this year.

Caty said...

And so sorry to hear of more eye trouble!

Joanne Huffman said...

Your eco dyed pieces are beautiful! I'm so sorry to hear about your eye problems. I hope they get to the bottom of this soon. I am sending prayers. And, don't be reluctant to post about your eye issues; it's how we know what's going on and there are lots of people who are concerned.

lynda Howells said...

gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous workx lynda