I love Diana's spare, perfect pieces! This one looks a little like Braille or Morse Code!

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Comment by Jennifer Wallace on June 22, 2020 at 1:12pm

I sat down the other day to work out how to write my own name in morse code! My father was a radio operator in the 1940s and as a small child in the 1950s I remember him teaching morse to my sister (older). They'd sit in armchairs facing each other, and he'd tap out the message on the arm of the chair - what a memory!

Comment by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on June 21, 2020 at 10:48pm

It's perfect...Morse code :-)

--  .-  ..  .-..  /  .-  .-.  -

M    A  I   L         A   R    T

Comment by Richard Canard on June 21, 2020 at 10:28pm

21.06.20 Dare Ms. Toni Hanner, ..."spare, perfect pieces"---an appropriate description ( I agree--how could anyone "knot"? I too, suspect there is a message as well --- hopefully,  some bright individual [or the artist herself] will explain soon. Thanx for sharing. SinCelery, Richard Canard

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