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Deb Robson and Tussah

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September 16, 2010


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Fascinating! Much more complicated than anyone will probably guess from the finished product!

Deb Robson

The plan is that it will look simple and clean. And from what I can see in the rough pages (with finished photos), thats what were getting.

Diana Troldahl

I am so looking forward to this book, a visual feast that brings textural impressions to your mind... the next best thing to being able to touch the fibers with our fingers, we can touch them with our vision.

Deb Robson

Oh, thats what were aiming for! More photos to take this week. Im hoping to get another post up soon: half-written already.

Kristi aka FiberFool

I'm jealous on so many levels reading these posts, LOL! This one makes me especially yearn for more "barn board" but that would also mean a place to store it. This week has also made me even more jealous of a dedicated studio :-) I can't wait to see this all come together!

Deb Robson

These boards do take up space! Working in the studio makes me want elbow room, too, and I dont even do photography. My office is like the cockpit of a plane.

Hester from Atlanta

Gosh, in addition to this being a major reference book for the different kinds of sheep and their wool, it seems like this book will also become a major work of art. I am looking forward to buying it and drooling over all the different wools. Best - Hester from Atlanta

Deb Robson

Hester, were in the studio again. And youre right: its going to be truly beautiful. I have nothing to do with that--! Except making sure the right stuff gets into the photos.

And . . . we did the sheep in the previous seven days. Were on goats and llamas now. . . .

Thanks for the encouraging words. They help with the marathon were running (slowly and very steadily).

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