Monday, March 26, 2012

What do You see??



With another horrible day of winds hitting 67 miles an hour and will be getting worse before sunset I am trying to keep focused but losing the battle. I spent much brain power trying to come up with a name for this new batt but was unable to come up with one for close to a day. Then after asking the talented ladies on a FB sight it hit me while making a loaf of Wheat Bread...


"TWIN PEAKS" - one of my favorite TV series from long ago. I think the first attempt for get our brains thinking weekly outside the box... You know long before "Lost" or most recently "Touched"...


I was thrilled with the name but now I am concerned because about half of the ladies on FB were giving names such as Waves, Tornado Sky, and Night Waves, while the other half called it Piney Woods, or Glen Forest. I keep looking at the pictures I posted of this and I see Greens... The base Alpaca fiber has three shades of Pine Greens with hand painted Merino in blues, purples and reds. The Merino is placed in such away that is it subtle and is not something that shouts at you.


So here is my question - what do you see??? Please let there be no issue with my computer...

10 comments:

MamaTea said...

I think Twin Peaks works well...but maybe that's because I know the show! :) It's beautiful and mysterious and so much "more"...you know? Fits it well!

Anonymous said...

Grace, you have such beautiful color combinations
, that are all so lovely. This batt reminds me of a high alpine lake were the green shows in the shallows. So soothing. Try you best to push the winds aside... Linda

Mel said...

Hmm.. I've never seen the show... I see oceans, and ravens' wings, its dark iridescence especially reminds me of the feathers of corvids

monica said...

Grace, it is stunning! I would call it Pure Tranquility! The colors are so fluid and soothing and it is just so lovely. :)

Kristina said...

It's beautiful.

Spinners End Farm said...

I remember Twin Peaks....it definitely works. It sort of captures the pine/spruce aspect too, since I'd expect to see those types of trees on the peaks. You'll have to come up with a "blue Velvet" (remember that one? Same director with Isabelle Rossalini?) to go along with it...

caprejan said...

Hello Im back to read your lovely blog, I too havent ever seen the programme, but it reminded me of dawn over the lake nearby.

larkspur funny farm said...

Mama Tea - glad you like the name and the show..

Linda - still having winds - but not as bad - fire danger is extreme..

Mel - love your decription - will have to create a batt with those in mind.

Monica I am going to give you the job of naming things - this wind just kills my thoughts.

larkspur funny farm said...

I loved Blue Velvet - and I have been thinking "What a Great Idea for a Batt".. Thanks SEF

Carprejan - Welcome back - hope the trip was everything you had hoped for - will pop over to read your blog... You have a lake close by - lucky gal you...

Mel said...

If you make a batt with raven wings and corvids in mind, I am not going to lie - I might just have to get it in my hands. I only have one spindle but I'll get to it soon enough.