Tree Cloths

Big day yesterday. 15 months ago i wrapped 4 trees in a length of unbleached calico and left them to experience a full cycle of seasons.
This is the Arbutus.


Here are the 2 cloths washed and ironed.
The Arbutus cloth on the left has much more staining but is rotten in more places than the Douglas-fir cloth on the right.

Arbutus cloth has circles of black staining in lines following the creases of the cloth.

Douglas-fir cloth is grey with all over staining and has green moss stains. The staining marks are more flowing.

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  1. Unknown

    The tree cloths remind me a lot of the bibs that the Japanese put on the buddha statues to commemorate their babies…..
    Also – did you see the flower dye-ing article in the latest issue of Fiberarts?


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