Yesterday's Textiles and Tea celebrated its 100th program, with a coup, a visit with internationally renowned painter, weaver and writer, Sheila Hicks.
Still active in her late eighties, she's still exploring her art. She wrote a book "Weaving as Metaphor" on the theme of the discoveries in thread and fibers, relationships and shapes. She loves to invite people to experience her installations, sometimes even designing them for touching. I'll just invite you to Google her, and let her work speak for itself.
Back on earth, Christmas has started here chez Boud. First this exquisite cross stitched card complete with Canadian moose, arrived from Mary Anne, whose blog you know as Magpie's Mumblings. It's now a permanent part of the decor, along with other artworks from her.
And, back on earth, veggie pancakes. I used the green peppers from Gary's garden, scallions and onions. Just guessed at the pancake ingredients -- egg, milk, flour, baking powder, no measuring
and had these for lunch. Enough for a few breakfasts or lunches left.