White isn't just white. It comes in lots of colors. Yeah, sounds weird, but it's true. Just go to the paint store. I pulled every chip that had the word 'white' in the name. From some of them I cut these snowflakes, representative of the gazillions of flakes that Mother Nature has dumped on us this year. (What is this--Minnesota?!?) Shown are Ash White, Cottage White, Nano White, Muslin White, Antique White, White Lagoon, White on White, Weathered White, Stone White, Shamrock White, and Ballet White. Other chips I pulled but didn't use include Granny Smith White, Whisper White, Mirage White, White Fur, Steam White, Swan White, Dove White, Pure White, and--believe it or don't--White.
Cotton, paper paint chips, cotton thread, glass beads.
Quiltmaker, thread artist, fiber artist, ever growing and evolving...
I have fabric and thread and beads and such and I'm not afraid to use them. And now here I am with a blog; I never understood how people have time to add to theirs, while living life and all. But here it is.