wiring the starry gloves

Posted: January 7, 2019 by Mo Crow in Braille for the Soul, It's Crow Time, The Gathering
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my sculptor friend Bronwyn Berman advised making a  cardboard pattern to wire the starry gloves
with stainless steel tie wire
it worked!
the wires give the gloves enough support to hold the cloud of tulle & the rope lines for the pennants
time to make some more parchment stars
Magic Days!

Comments
  1. Nancy says:

    It is going to be grand!

  2. Mo Crow says:

    (((Nancy))) this week will be wild with the last of the pennants and talismans flying in!

  3. fiberels says:

    (they’re alive …)

    You’re a star, Mo !!! (I cherish my stars 😉 !)

  4. on a roll… starry hands reaching out and tulle does feel like it holds many dreams as a threshold

  5. Fiona says:

    Oh wow – everything is coming to life! How good do the gloves look filled out like that? they will be amazing…

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Fiona))) what a magical weekend, the tulle is a dream to work with, it even has handy loops in the waistband to attach to the ropes and the gloves hold their shape just enough. I didn’t want to interfere with the lightness of the starry lace & fretwork , now it’s just working out how to fit them together beautifully.

  6. ravenandsparrow says:

    Clever!

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Dana))) have seen a lot of artists draw beautifully with wire over the years but this is the first time I’ve had a go, the trick is to let the wire do the work and not force it

  7. Eliene says:

    Looking good…….and love the parchment stars…..oohh, how exciting!!!

  8. deemallon says:

    the gloves give me more of a Miss Havisham vibe than the dress.

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