Friday, May 13, 2011

moon making

It is what it is. Just a bunch of pieces for moon making. I'm finding that I really like being in this space of cloth coming together for the first time. Brainstorming, only with cloth instead of paper and pen.


I wish I could get my garden planted and make moons at the same time. And I wish you good weather wherever you live on Mother Earth.

If you're a gardener in the Rocky Mountain Region, here's a newspaper article on native herbs I was recently interviewed for.

10 comments:

deanna7trees said...

oh those blues are so magnificent. enjoyed reading your article on herbs.

helen said...

Yes, spring/summer/early fall, never enough time for it all especially if one plants their food. I'm still checking in, but not as much time for commenting like I used to. sleep does run high on my list. :)ha!

Jeannie said...

Your article was great. I am going to look for the mallow and I didn't know that spider's wort was an herb. I love the blues and your moons. Have a wonderful weekend.

woman with wings said...

Thanks, Deanna! Only now do I feel and understand the desire to dye for the color blue. And I also get it that it doesn't come easy, that's why we love it so much!

woman with wings said...

Helen, I've missed you! But I figured that it was that time when you were busy working your land. I hope you have good farming conditions AND you get the rest you need!! I still think you should have a blog.

woman with wings said...

Jeannie, thanks -- oh you'll love poppy mallow, it's a darling. Hey, maybe we need to make blue moons!

liniecat said...

That bottom right moon is delicious!
It works great on the wonderful fabric you found too.

woman with wings said...

Thank you, Lyn! I think they will end up together unless another heavenly body just happens to fly in...am going to try making some bleached moons tomorrow, hope I do as well as you did.

Deb G said...

Oh that looks beautiful! Shss... don't tell, but sometimes I really like a rainy day so that I don't have to choose. Although I am going to plant some seeds on the covered porch today.

Anonymous said...

Deb, oh me too! Although it's so cold here this weekend, there was no decision to be made -- sewing it is. Yay.