Black Lace & Promises

Salmon Pink, Black, Gray, Red, Royal Blue… additional colors available soon

Per special request: solid colors, lace, something to wear when dressed in your Sunday best. Additional colors already cut in my “sew next” bin are Turquoise Blue, Winter White, and Autumn Orange (just orange… reminds me of pumpkins). The adjustable ear loops can be removed if you prefer straps. Black satin ribbon? Maybe clip on a single crystal earring off to one side for a little sparkle. Of course, if you are handy with a needle, you could adorn yours with glossy little seed beads.

The lace is a bit fragile so gently wash by hand and be careful with the iron. I used a dry iron with heat set on polyester for pressing while sewing. Only two were sewn of some colors, four of some others, and the lady who asked has first choice.

As for promises…. awe, that’s to myself. I need to make art again so when I finish sewing up everything in the “sew next” bin, I’ll be done with masks for awhile. COVID just spun everything around. I had 3 pieces in a show this year without the paintings even leaving the house. They did an excellent online presentation. It’s just not the same as viewing the actual art in person. Only one of mine was accepted by the juror, but all three entries were posted on their website as they had a separate virtual gallery for the rejected pieces. That was cool. I don’t feel so bad about being rejected after seeing fabulous pieces by other artists that were also rejected. It was also easy to see that the juror’s selections had more to do with how the various pieces interact and come together as one cohesive show than one person’s opinion of your art.

So, which piece was selected? Isolation.

Thanks for reading!

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