My interpretation of the Morning Glory Pool in Yellowstone Park, Wyoming, USA
It is a pool with hot water that is coloured by the heat loving algae growing on it.
The name was given because of its resemblance to a morning glory flower.
The colours are smashing in nature (and on my picture)
I used a very coloured home-dyed fabric, very blue piece of lint fabric
and covered it with a coloured piece of Lutradur -
sewed around it in tentacle and other shapes, cut out pieces to show the "tentacles"
and embellished it with handstitches and very few beads.
I was searching for something to make a book cover and found it in my box
of little works. It was there for about 6 years.
And here it is - the bookcover - by chance it had the right dimensions.
The colours are very close to the original.
I only added two strips of fabric to keep the book firmly inside.
The colours however are not at all like my panels. I can't get it