Fancy Feet

I often wear Crocs around the house – their classic, cloggy-looking style. As I was placing an order for a new pair my eyes were caught by their new huarache style and I decided I needed a pair of these, too.
crocs huarache

Aren’t they cute?

I wore them one day & realized it’s been a long time since I wore open-toed shoes. They didn’t look good without painted toenails. So for the first time in well over a decade I painted my toes. (In fact, the only reason I had nail polish in my cupboard was because I bought a few colors to paint the bottom harness bars on my Mac to give me a visual aid in threading.)

While I have less than lovely feet, I think they’re okay in these sandals.

sandal with painted toenails

Now when I glance down at my feet while I’m weaving, I’m surprised every time by the fancy feet that are dancing across the treadles.

On a completely unrelated note, I just watched and AMAZING video of Janet Echelman. I don’t remember where I read about this – was it on a blog I read? In a magazine? If I could remember I’d happily give credit where credit is due. Anyway, Janet’s building-sized fiber sculptures blew me away with their beauty and creativity. Check it out!

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