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One of the things that I love most about working with yarn is that it inspires us with its colors and textures. By working with each of our unique palettes, we create something that's completely our own.
Taking her cues from the colors of nature, fiber artist Suzanne Tidwell has created her latest installation in Occidental Park, in Seattle, Washington, covering dead tree stumps (considered eyesores by the local community) with beautiful knit sleeves. Selecting from the diverse palettes of Vanna's Choice and Vanna's Choice Baby, Suzanne has created some unexpected color combinations that truly pop. The color block style of the sleeves remind me of a Rothko painting--they are so vibrant and inspiring.
If you're in the Seattle area, I hope you'll visit "Summer Into Fall: Sammamish Trees," up from now until December 16, and enjoy this lovely splash of color.