Wordless Wednesday: Dreamy Weaving


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These are handicrafts I saw through shop windows in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, a few weeks ago.

Wordless Weaving

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  1. I couldn't stare at the pattern on the bottom photo too long. That was fun.

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  2. those are nice patterns and I also like the colors

    happy WW!

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  3. The stuff of dreams.

    And the photo's nice too ;)

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  4. fun images, weaving is a complicated process-so is life!

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  5. That was odd. You know how you saw a relationship between the photos of Benny and the caterpillar on my blog? Well I've come to return the favour. ;) I looked at these photos and for some reason my eye took them in as one image. .. the white space in between acting like a window frame to my eye. The outline of the tree trunk seemed to continue into the pattern of the beige fabric below. It took me a moment to understand what I was seeing. And yes, I'm tired but no I haven't been drinking.. yet. ;)

    They are lovely items caught by your keen eye.

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  6. Really beautiful! Love the colors! Very intricate looking! Have a good evening, Sandy!

    Sylvia

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  7. those are lovely patterns and colours. Happy WW!

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  8. Very interesting pottery, The weavings are really lovely. Such skill!

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  9. beautifully done crafts! nice photos, too.

    happy 2010, Sandy!

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  10. The patterns are nice, and that first piece is very detailed.

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  11. Beautiful weaving, it would make great tablecloths, or perhaps shawls.

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  12. Adam & Eve ...Happy WW!

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  13. I thought I left a comment but might have gotten interrupted. . . I know I typed something about how beautiful the different weaves are in your photo. Like them even better the second time around.

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  14. Cloths woven with our dreams!

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  15. beautiful! thanks for sharing!
    u may view mine here

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  16. The designs are very intricate. Must have been hard work for the people who weaved them.

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  17. intricate patter. beautiful colors. interesting design! :) Happy WW, Sandy!

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  18. All are intersting patterns. I can see why they caught your eye.

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  19. Beautiful crafted works.

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  20. Beautiful! I just love the all the designs in the second photo.

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  21. I just love them. They were just asking to be snapped up.

    Nuts in May

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  22. What beautiful hand-done weavings and embroidery!

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  23. Anonymous12:45 PM

    Isn't it fun when something catches your eye and inspires you? Beautiful crafts ... beautiful pictures!

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  24. These are such lovely photos! Finely crafted and rich in hues..
    btw,I sent my poetry for the prompt by email.. please let me know if you received it!

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  25. I am thankful that the artists involved found the art within themselves and shared it with the world.

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  26. I would love to explore Gettysburg, treasure like this are fun to look for Sandy!

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  27. Beautiful. I could look at true craft work all day.

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  28. I thought the snake was two-headed at first. Very nice!

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  29. that is a great area to explore for crafts....love the adam and eve

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  30. I love that first one!

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  31. Those are lovely! I'd like to visit that shop!

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  32. Beautiful patterns and colors, very decorative!

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  33. enjoyed the two contrasting photos; so much to be said here of the Gettysburg traditions in just those two photos

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  34. Wordless or eloquently thoughtful, I enjoy your posts!
    I especially like seeing the sand, like Comfort Spiral, we are so frozen in up here in My Muskoka !

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  35. oh this is mesmerizing..i love it..

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  36. is it the weave that we dream of?
    or is it the dream that we're really weaving?
    are we really awake and daydreaming?
    or are we asleep weaving dreams that we're awake?

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  37. You do have a keen eye! Thanks for the vibrancy this morning...

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