Rust in the sun…

Driving through the Cheshire countryside was a joy this morning. Daffodils, green shoots,
flowering trees and enough sunlight to make a stone statue smile.

Took some of the rusty metal collection outdoors. I enjoy arranging them.

metals 1 metals 2

No Ten Plus meeting today. Guess which silly oaf turned up though! Still, I got to do that
beautiful ride through Dunham, so there are compensations for being an idiot! 🙂

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9 thoughts on “Rust in the sun…

  1. Oo rusty metal bits in the sun. Haven’t looked at my collection in a while. Its just quietly rusting away in my garden.:)

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  2. Hi Julie. I am definitely looking after my leg, plenty of relaxing hand embroidery going on and long soaks in the bath!! I am so determined to make that flight, sexy surgical stockings and all!
    You are in Ten Plus Textiles? I am sure I have seen exhibitions by that group, do you have an archive of where you have exhibited? Have you ever done Salmesbury Hall (2 minutes up the road from me)
    I love these photos you keep taking, will they turn into textiles?

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    1. Glad you’re taking great care of yourself Karen and I do hope your leg is feeling better soon. If Ten Plus have done Salmesbury Hall, I think it must have been before 2001, when I joined. We’ve done Bankfield… is that near you? As for the photos… they may well indeed turn into textiles yet… we’ll see what develops 😀 enjoy your well earned holiday and be well and happy!

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  3. Oh dear. Did someone pop out from nowhere and say “April Fool”! It was April 1st, right? And love your rusty things, all lined up being important.

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