Web weaving

Slowly, slowly she builds her web:

As ever I felt the need for a circle – I needed to break up all those squares.  As the ground is woven strips of cloth it called to me for a web.

What comes next I do not yet know for certain, although I suspect some bugs and beetles, all manner of creeping crawling creatures shall appear ;).


About Jill

https://landofdreaming.wordpress.com An artist inspired by nature in all her glorious guises and the ‘inner’ worlds I have inhabited in the past, present and future; also those of other wanderers I meet along the way.
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10 Responses to Web weaving

  1. Linda D. says:

    Mmmmm, ooh, I love using webs 🙂 All that work – incredibly detailed. Definitely adds a new dimension to your cloth, love it!

  2. Lori says:

    This is lovely, and strangely, or maybe not so strangely, circles have been coming up in my journal drawings. Something is afoot, I think, in Lemuria!

  3. The webs are all shuddering with anticipation. There is indeed something afoot in Lemuria. This is very lovely Lori.

  4. cronelogical says:

    Lovely and a reminder of the days when my mother’s living room held a quilting frame–we told stories of each patch as we worked. Fran

  5. pearlz says:

    I always look forward to your next postings.

  6. jude says:

    hey, i love that you have been doing the weaving, i have a quilt weaving workshop in process and will share your link with the group!

  7. almurta says:

    Gorgeous work – I love the colours

  8. This is looking lovely, Jill 🙂

  9. mimilove says:

    I saw this on flickr…it’s just amazing and I cannot wait to see where you go next with it!!

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