When I added the brown strip of hand dyed fabric beneath the group of three beet print panels, I conceived a plan to add some stone chips or pebbles along that line. I very often add tangible objects - metal, stones, etc. to my work. Looking through my stash of quilt sized rocks, I found only three types that I have sufficient quantity and are of the proper size.
Granite chips from Timberline Trail in the Beartooth Mountains of Montana. I think these are a bit oversized for the brown strip of fabric - I would prefer the stones not extend beyond the edges of the brown strip.
Petrified Wood chips from Tom Miner Basin, Montana. I am actually not sure I have enough of the petrified wood for the entire row. So, right now I am leaning strongly towards using the beach pebbles. I like the way their shape echoes the shape of the beets.