This is SO beautiful! I love trees and the bark on this is fantastic! Thank you for the lovely eye-candy today!
You've created a lovely colour scheme there!
I have a river birch in my yard. I have never once thought about taking a photo and arriving at a color scheme from it. Your mind, would be a terrible thing to waste!Deb
That bark is gorgeous, what a beautiful tree. I love that you made a color palate from it and the yarns look luscious to work with.
do you think DMC will ever be able to catch up with natures palette?? wonderful selection susan. can you send me some of that bark? maybe if i meow for you?
amazing treegreat color schemeamazing! that you found the perfect floss.
Susan - you've proved there is nothing more perfect than Mother Nature's palette... Beautiful!! Can't wait to see what you're up to...
Perfect. What a grand idea to take your color scheme directly from an item in nature. Love the photos and the little inkling your shared about how your mind works... love it! Thank you. Now I'm thinking about a Lavender afghan I'm designing [and struggeling with]. Thanks to you, I will go look very closely at some actual Lavender and take inspiration directly from the plant. Thank you, thank you!
Beautiful!!! I have a post on Sunday about trees and the creative process. I think we are in sync on this topic.
Did you use a colour-extractor to get those "rounds" of colour?I have a whole list if you use them....if it was, it looks like a good one but none of the ones I know show the colours in rounds like that...
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