Evolution of a favourite motif

Agatha-Pink-2It started as a design worked partly from an aquilegia

and partly from a showy lily. It is an easy motif that flows across the silk.

And it has evolved and evolved into a very loose flowery shape I have used over and over again in various sizes, from the large

Agnes-Ashe-hand-painted-silk-scarf-Silvia-clover-square-hgg copy

A 90 x 90 cm crepe de chine square with the motif over 50 cm across.

to the small. A pocket square 30 x 30 cm with the motif barely 5 cm across.

Pocket-Square-12-inchAnd I’ve reworked the motif with various colour combinations.

 

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About agnesashe

Artisan, blogger and passionate East Anglian working from home.
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6 Responses to Evolution of a favourite motif

  1. Proves once again the mind is a garden and ideas grow. I loved seeing your explorations.

  2. margaret21 says:

    Fascinating to have a glimpse of how ideas evolve and change, becoming ever more subtle.

  3. Denis1950 says:

    Incredible detail Agnes

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