Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Getting through the Night

Hello sweet friends.I know I have been away for some time,we have been struggling with runny noses,coughs,fevers and an overall yucky feeling that just doesn't seem to want to go away.I'm sure you understand that when your feeling this way you just don't feel like doing ANYTHING.Today,I must admit,the sky at last seemed to clear a bit,giving me enough time to look up and breathe.... and with the patio door open beside me,I can hear the sweet pitter pat of the fountain and the children laughing in the near by school and I can at last feel myself returning to my old self.Not yet feeling 100%,but we all have get through the night to appreciate the dawn don't we?
Last week I had planned on sharing some new cheese clothe from my "Doo-dads" shop,but never had a chance,so here they are.. The wonderful colors surprised me as they dried to these amazingly bright and vibrant colors..My personal favorites,Rust,Pearl Gray and nothing tops Tea Stain..and that one smells nice too!



                                                                     Bright Violet

                                                                     Bright Green

Pearl Gray

                                                                          Tea Stain

I would also like to thank everyone that took the time to comment and send me emails in regards to my recent cuffs.I am so honored by all the words you share with me.

Here's a custom cuff for sweet Carmen  at Thanks Carmen..Enjoy!!

As always,
thank you so much for stopping by


Anonymous said...

Hope you return to your old self again soon. Wonderful colors to cheer you up. Take Care. xox Corrine

Katy Cameron said...

Glad you're starting to feel better, hope you're all well again soon. Love the colours of the cheese cloth

^..^Corgidogmama said...

Well, for heaven's sake Cat...get well soon, will ya? Winter is bad enough, but to be so sick is a real kick in the pants! It's hard being a mamma at those times too. Much less a creative one! Hugs to you, and drink the hottest cup of tea you can stand...I'll have 3 or 4 and for some reason it always helps open up noses, ease throats, and holding the hot mug is therapy!

yoborobo said...

Hi Cat - I hope you all feel better soon! xox Pam

Anonymous said...

thank you so much for the rumi poem. yes it does help. i was just feeling down yesterday and needed to let out a bit. glad to have lovely people like you i can reach out to and who give me that much needed lift up :)

hope you are feeling better soon!

Maggi said...

Another awesome cuff and those colors of cheese cloth are brilliant! *love*

I hope you're feeling better!

Lori ann said...

dear cat, i'm so sorry you've been feeling under the weather. but i'm glad to hear your beginning to feel yourself again. please take care, and don't go back too fast, your health is so important.
and like always everything is so lovely here.

Amanda Summer said...

there's something so soothing about looking at those lovely colors......esp the gray (which looks silver to me, a moonchild)

feel better soon, cat♡

kj said...

you are so talented, cat. i know so very little about the mediums you shine in, so whenever i come here it knowing i will look and learn.

i like the tea stain best. all the colors are so rich and deep but there is something so natural about tea stain that i just kind of trust it.... :)

happy valentine's day to you ♥ i'm looking forward to more looking and learning your way and mine


ArtbymeCindy said...

Cat those are beautiful! I hope you are feeling better. I am getting it now! Hope you had a wonderful Valentines day!

Kass said...

Sorry you and yours have been under the weather. Love your cuffs and cheese cloth wonders. The colors are so intense. What do you do with them? I'm thinking you could make flowers or any number of stitched creations.

Caterina Giglio said...

hope everything is getting back to normal soon and your cuff is wonderful!!

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

The colors of your cheese cloth are fantastic! Hope you feel better. Connie