Friday, June 25, 2010

Pink Kenzashi

Just finished a new pink embroidered Kenzashi. I think it will look gorgeous on a grey scarf... or on a grey shirt:

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Flea market

I went with My friend Dana to the flea market. It was a sunny day, we had a coffee at a nice coffee shop in the market, bought a few unnecessary must have old things, had a great lunch, and even got to Neve Tsedek too.
Such a pleasure!

Earth and sea

A new embroidered kenzashi brooch is in bloom! I love the combination of the natural colors of the brown and aqua . Looking at the brooch, the embroidery reminds me sea creature. I think I will make some .....

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Rose cushion

Yesterday I took part in a lovely workshop:
I learned how to make this blooming rose cushion
(Not a very good picture) But the workshop was a great fun, planned very well and very well guided. For details about the workshop:


We clean our backyard, and suddenly 3 hoopoes came to visit.... I am going to make some fabric birds:

More Botanical Stuff

My Artichoke and Aloe plant - a container and a vase that "grew" in my new garden:

Friday, June 11, 2010

Pineapple and Friends

Three vases from the botanical line. It is a combination of wheel work and handbuild. I believe that plants have many functions to preserve the race that are very similar to parenthood. I love to look at seeds, fruits and leafs very closely. Sometimes they look very protective

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Polka Dots and crackles

I used this pattern on a few bowls. It is made by drops of slips in different colors and clear crackles glaze. The crackles are darkened with Indian Ink. I love it since it looks very gentle and happy.
Have a gentle and a happy day!

Saturday, June 5, 2010


This vase reminds me a pineapple. It is one of a group of vases that I have made with different arrangement of the leaves.
Have a nice weekend!!

Thursday, June 3, 2010


Hi, This is my first try to write in a blog.
I have a huge respect to traditional craftsmen, (craftsweman?) and to the endless beauty of nature. I love old things with great quality and esthetics, but also new things with wonderful designs...
This blog will present things that I love, made or admire.
Just finished an embroidered Kenzashi brooch: