Today my "Lifepath" basket is featured in the BEST etsy shops blog! What a fabulous complement. I love the idea of having a $1000 virtual budget and shopping it away each week. Anyone care to take a turn? pamela
Well, I have taken a little break from this blog, it has been almost 2 whole months since I posted! Sorry to keep you hanging. Fortunately, others have been hard at work, to fill the gap. If you are looking for an active, interesting blog with some basket content to follow, I highly recommend Vicki Phillips blog, Phillips Family Fusion. Fed daily by Vicki and her daughter, it is a wonderful amalgam of their lives, including not only Vicki's wonderful pine needle creations, but nature, gardening, animals, touring, home...there is something for everyone!
Some of Vicki's baskets feature pottery bases from my MakeABasket shop on etsy. I am flattered.
She really does a great job, complementing the glazes, and bringing the colors together in her weaving. But what i really love are all the stories she tells about her baskets. These are the kinds of things i think about when weaving my own baskets. In addition, Vicki has a great hand with the photography aspect of blogging, taking a great styled shot of each basket in a different setting. I love it!
Clicking on the photos of each single basket in my blog will take you to Vicki's blogpost about it.
the depth of field on this next image is wonderful, Vicki! This last one is my favorite, i love the colors and the way it just all works! Very lovely.
Vicki sent me the shots of all her baskets together, in preparation for a show she has coming up. Also, some of the baskets are for sale at the Gig Harbor History Museum during their Woven Stories: Native American Basketry of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska exhibit July 9 - October 16.
Best of luck to Vicki on her basket sales! I would love to see what the rest of you are weaving! pamela
I am a fiber artist, wife, and mother. My Catching the Moon series of weavings is largely about my life and the pursuit of dreams. See my Catching the Moon series on my website. I generally use basketry techniques, but love to mix media and techniques. I also use this blog to highlight my online guild, The Pine Needle Group (www.PineNeedleGroup.com )Thanks for reading my blog!