It’s Now or Never for “N”

I’ve taken a variety of N photos this week!

My authentic Navajo rug.  It’s called a “Grandmother Rug” made by a master Navajo weaver that can’t do the intricate designs because of age but still weaves rugs. I think it’s pretty special.Image My Navajo Rug “N” progress.Image

My Niddy-Noddy filled with Newly spun yarnImage

Necklace. The stone is coprolite (aka fossilized dinosaur poop) on a kumihimo braided cord.Image

My knitting Notebook.Image

A great Notecard.  I guess I’m a little “bike” crazy.Image

Pat’s Niner Mountain Bike Named Rocky.ImageAnd my favorite N photo for this week.  


What’s Next?  OH, OH, OOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

See ya!


About psobrien

Hi, my name is Sandy and I am a retired professional quilter turned fiber artist with my main interest in spinning wool , using natural plants to dye fiber to be used in tapestry weaving. I grew up on a dairy farm in Kentucky, travelled around the world and now make my home in Southeastern Arizona with my husband, Pat and Duffy, our Westiepoo.
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7 Responses to It’s Now or Never for “N”

  1. Cindy in Fl says:

    The weaving (both of them) are works of art! Love the nature shot!

  2. Who would have thought that fossilized dinosaur poop would be so pretty. I’ll get my N’s up tomorrow.

  3. Cheryl says:

    Nice job! I especially like the notecard…very cute! I’m so stuck on the letter N. I thought some of the other letters were challenging but this one has me very stumped. I’ve only come up with a couple of ideas and they’re pretty boring. lol Have a wonderful week! 🙂

    • psobrien says:

      I agree that N was rather difficult. I needed to get my pictures posted early, we may be moving furniture for new flooring this week! We have a small house but we use every square inch and moving living room and dining room furniture into the studio and guest room will make getting to the computers challenging! Great week back at you!

      Sandy “Too many people, with too much technology, using too much of nature, too fast. David Suzuki

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  5. Roxie Matthews says:

    I love the way she worked in her shades of red in the grandmother rug. And I’m so impressed by you immaculate selvedges!

    Nature – you rock!

    • psobrien says:

      I keep looking at the “Grandmother’s Rug” and marvel at the skill! Hope your eye problem is better. My mother-in-law always said “Getting older is not for sissies!” Hang in there, we’re with you! Sandy O’

      “When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the universe.” John Muir

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