June morning

It's so fine to step outside barefoot,without a sweater, and get started right away. On most mornings,this means just wandering around in wonder and amazement.for awhile.

The backyard is not big, but the cherry tree doesn't seem to mind.

The blackbirds and squirrels .are ready to pounce!

A clothesline fiull of projects

 Silk organza after soaking overnight in alum water

 Another piece of organza dyed with indigo

Vintage linen napkins

 These damasck napkins are part of a group very special family heirlooms. I was asked to dye them with indigo. I'm honored, (and a little nervous),to work on  them.

Raw fleece nearly dry after washing yesterday afternoon. I left it outdoors overnight to keep drying.

Young Japanese indigo plants

 Clematis blooms newly opened this morning

My pal





What gorgeous picturres, and the indigo, what beauty to behold

laura bellel

Thank you!
I'm so grateful for this rather out-of-control garden. Not sure if our more orderly neighbors feel the same way...:)


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