This excellent book is by Amanda Thatch, Penland Core student: I absolutely loved how she took the long / link stitch structure and ran with it. (More to come).
It is also where I am, in the midst of all that flat land in Dayton, Ohio…I’ll be driving through the flattest of all in a day or two on the rest of my way home. Below is where I am not, anymore (sigh). I will miss Penland; and I will return, definitely, if they’ll have me.
This is part of what I drove through yesterday, portions of Tennessee that were flooded to make recreation lands. An overlook shortly before the Cumberland Gap tunnel and the bland interstate highways…
I am now visiting the Bro, who wore clown makeup when I painted his portrait about 30 years ago; I didn’t wear any for my wee self-portrait (painted with my left hand) shortly afterward. Yes, my hair looked like that; yes, Bro was wearing one of those shirts with the three-inch collars. We have much to catch up on for the next few days. There’s SO, so much left to write about Penland, and Delaware as well, but that will happen after I get home and settled. Or as settled as I get. See you then.