by a thread

sometimes cloth makes a better page,

thread a better ink.

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7 Comments

  1. julie daley

    sometimes, yes. i've stitched many a mile of thread and doing so revealed much to me. never did it with my cat, though. just might have to try it with the neighbor cat, Bob.

  2. Square-Peg Karen

    Hi Jeanne! Love the photos and they've got me wondering – what is that stitch that is going across the wrist in the pictures? Cannot think of the name of it!!

    I'm so curious to see what you come up with here…looks VERY inviting!

    I miss you, lady – hope things are loverly!

  3. wholly jeanne

    hey there – i sure have been thinking about you lately. wondering how you are. hoping all is well. catch me up when you can.

    that stitch is called a hemstitch.

    i seem to be lost in the land where i can't buy words . . . except in my journal. they spill out all over the page there! go figure.

  4. whollyjeanne

    cats seem naturally attracted to cloth!

  5. Kathyloh

    Yes and cats seem naturally attracted to anything we are doing and they must be near-sighted because they always have to get in really close. love the energy of this post Jeanne!

  6. whollyjeanne

    cata must be near-sighted! funny, kathy.

  7. Debbie

    I love the cat tail (tale). It really adds to the story. :o)

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