Crow Moon

Well, I really didn’t  anticipate that this would take me a month to do but it has.  However crow number two is now flying into the blue moon.   I stitched the crow off-cloth thinking it would be easier and, whilst the actual stitching of the crow was more manageable, the attaching took so long I think working on-cloth in future is the way I shall go.  All good learning!

Wild Mother Story Cloth 003

slightly different view:

Wild Mother Story Cloth 004

I think I have just about finished the pictorial aspects of this cloth, what remains to do are more stems and a lot more stitching/quilting of the cloth itself.    I am hoping I make my self-imposed deadline of the end of the year – I do appear to be on course.

Once we have a dry and non-windy day I shall take a picture of the full cloth as it is now.

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https://landofdreaming.wordpress.com An artist inspired by nature in all her glorious guises and the ‘inner’ worlds I have inhabited in the past, present and future; also those of other wanderers I meet along the way.
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14 Responses to Crow Moon

  1. kvwordsmith says:

    this is stunning! Well done!

  2. Linda D. says:

    Beautiful! Love how this is progressing.

  3. Suzanne says:

    Wonderful. The whole cloth must be looking magnificent by now.

  4. Sally says:

    It is beautiful and sacred in the way you have created it.

  5. The spirituality is now seeping from every stitch, spreading and creating a magnificent piece. Exquisite work Jill. I wonder at your infinite patience, patience which is bringing in a rich harvest.

  6. cydlee61 says:

    This is gorgeous!!!

  7. Anita Marie says:

    I spend my afternoon with my crows that live above my warehouse door and all I can say is, this was exactly right.

  8. Val Thomas says:

    I’ve just spent a delightful half hour reading the progress of this gorgeous piece of work – brilliant!

  9. Loved looking at the close-up pictures of the all the details. Lovely work!

  10. This is stunning. Just amazingly wonderful. Something you see and wish you had done it yourself.

    x

  11. Suzanna says:

    The crows have caught my attention here lately. I really like what you have done with them. Thanks.

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