10" high by 20" (kinda sorta)
Hand-dyed fabric, inkjet print, assorted yarns
I almost bailed on this month and then yesterday I felt well enough to give it a try. I sent my husband off to buy some flowers and started making bricks. I zigzagged three different yarns together, made some leaves, enlarged the green man and printed it onto a piece of fabric. I had decided to wrap a vase I had after I had read that Vita made tussie-mussies for Harold each week. In the 1930's poorer people were given tussie-mussies, in this case Harold was considered poorer in Vita's eyes for having to spend so much time in London - away from 'Sissingbags' as she affectionately called it in her daily letters to him. (Wow, daily letters.)
Love the flowers (he did good), not so sure about the wrap... but it's done and I'm moving on!