perfectly balanced form

in today's episode of vessel wednesday we are once again using the services of a stunt double.

today, a beautiful white ceramic bowl by the late
restaurateur turned ceramicist Anders Ousback.

image from rex irwin gallery.


Blogger Laura said...

Hi Carson! Thanks for your comment on my blog.

Here's the scoop on Patons SWS. It stands for "Soy Wool Stripes", it is 70% wool and 30% soy. It is pretty similar to SWTC Karaoke if you have ever seen that. It sells at my craft store for US$5.99 a ball, which is a pretty good price. It has about 110 yds per ball, I think. I LOVE it. (I have to say, I have been pretty impressed with the Patons yarns I have used.) I am making a Lady Eleanor entrelac shawl with it now and will be posting pictures on my blog in the coming days.

Is it not available in Australia? That surprises me, since I thought this was an Australian yarn.

8 March 2007 at 1:28 am  
Blogger MWM said...

Love the thinness.

8 March 2007 at 10:19 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love porcelain, and that bowl is simply beautiful. It is no accident that it was made by a restauranteur. I went to the Sydney Morning Herald to learn about him. So sad. But, he left such beauty. Thanks.

8 March 2007 at 2:40 pm  

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