a series of line drawings with text … developing my own personal symbolism

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18 thoughts on “babushka

  1. My Grandmother used the word Babushka to describe the scarves we wore while walking to HS . That way the babushka saved our curls till we got there!! I used the word to a younger friend the other day, and she said, “What????!!!” Thank you for honoring the Babushka in your great art. Meanwhile, I want to dye fabric a rust color by using some very rusty pig-iron. Is this possible? I am really turned on by your article in the latest “Quilting Arts”.


    • Thanks so much for your visit and comment – so glad the article inspired you! Yes to iron items added to the mix … see answer I’ve posted to your other comment. Happy creating! =D


    • Thank you – I actually didn’t really consciously do that … it kind of happened! My husband’s mother’s family come from both Poland and Germany; mine from the Netherlands, so I guess there are plenty of family connections … =D


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