Monday, February 08, 2010


(Left to right. Top to Bottom).

1. Beakminster Fuller enveloped in the warmth and comfort of generations' worth of quilts.
2. Jonathan Livingston Seagull bike stencil.
3. Preliminary knitting exercise.
4. Benjamin Pike's "Instrument for the Recomposition of Light" (1848)
5. Our indispensable (and dwindling) ball of kitchen twine.
6. The grossest puddle on Blue Monday.
7. Toy prismatic goggles (undated).
8. [Very nearly completed] crocheted scarf in charcoal wool.
9. Snippets of the terrifying mural at 3rd Ward.


Becky (your friend in SB) said...

your new crocheted scarf seems to be missing the mice nibbles on the sides

la_sale_bete said...

Ha ha!
Well, my crochet skills have improved somewhat, but my attempts at knitting are pretty sad. The original green scarf (with its many mice nibbles) has become one of Sprout's scraps. She doesn't mind that it's uneven.

Emilie said...

sprout. sprout. when?

Maggie said...

I want to blow up this photo collage and put it on my wall.

la_sale_bete said...

It'd make a fun poster!