Monday, October 29, 2012

Weaving in the Park

I took the opportunity of a free afternoon and spent a few hours enjoying the late fall sunshine.  

With weaving materials in hand I headed for the beach and spent Sunday afternoon walking the shore and checking the high tide line for anything that would be interesting to weave into a piece.  I also added a couple of rows to a 'work in progress'.... a tiny twined basked of yellow cedar and cat tail leaves.


Cates Park  in North Vancouver, BC. 
The ancestral name for this corner of Deep Cove is Whey-Ah-Whichen - 'facing the wind'. 

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