Berit Engen: WEFT and D'RASH – Weaving a Thousand Jewish Tapestries
Berit Engen: WEFT and D'RASH – Weaving a Thousand Jewish Tapestries


THE BOOK OF MISERY
– Seven Acts From the Book of Job



I spotted a greyish combination of red, blue, and yellow amongst my 100+ yarn spools, and immediately I knew: Book of Job!
 
Even as a child, I never liked to use the three “appealing-to-children” primary colors together as I find that this group of colors leaves nothing to the imagination. But the yarn dye infused with a little brown, black or contrasting color makes this combination both more interesting and more fit for God’s playground. I don’t find it beautiful, but beauty is not a word we connect with the story of this most suffering of men after whom no child is named. 

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