Carole Mules


I chose a flared linen shirt and dyed it with gathered leaves from my garden and along the lane.

Excited I worked through India’s pathway on The Alchemists Apron. I rebelled in the fun of gathering, collecting and observing my environment. I immersed myself in my landscape.

I rebelled in rebel stitching, transforming the shape and purpose of my shirt as it morphed into my sage cloak. In other words a cloak of wisdom.

My alchemist’s apron has 6 pockets with a special pocket with my scissors attached. My chatelaine pocket has place for needles and thimble.

Another pocket is for my books and pencils and yet another for future gatherings and finds.


Carole Mules, Ararat, Australia

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