Wednesday, April 10, 2013

calendar moon cloth #4




March's calendar moon cloth was finished just in time for today's new moon. I'm trying to complete each full moon art project before the rise of the following new moon -- so far, so good. This little piece has a woven base of dark/light cloth strips and a dark/light moon to symbolize the Vernal Equinox in March. The red cloth and threads are reminders of my current focus on my root chakra and the white/black stitching all over the piece represents roots. The house has many eyes but only one is highlighted -- that's for keeping an eye to the moon.

Happy New Moon! If you'd like to share your moon art, I'd love you to leave a link or email me a file. xo

8 comments:

deanna7trees said...

how wonderful they all look hanging on the line. happy new moon to you too.

the wild magnolia said...

moon art is somehow energizing. like the moon it remains for us to observe.

Peggy said...

Thanks, Deanna. Eventually they'll go on a wall in the sewing room. :)

Wild Magnolia, yes, these cloths are holders of energy.....

Nancy said...

I agree with Deanna...they look so fine all hanging out together!

Suzanna said...
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Suzanna said...

I agree too...they seem to be talking to one another...

deemallon said...

I adore these!!! They marry Tibetan Prayer flags with 'Home Sweet Home' samplers of our pioneering forebears... and of course, I love the house motif!

Peggy said...

Nancy & Suzanna, thank you! :)

Dee, thanks and I like that description -- I know how much you love houses!