I love this, Grace. I am drawn to the Celtic lore of the raven and crow as messengers to the spiritual world. I have no ravens here as you know, but I look to the crow for signs, just as I do the dragonflies. Working all weekend - more soon.Kathy
kathy...crows/dragonflies we love the same and that special connection for meto Michigan.re working weekend, i still workmon/tues it is such a distraction. oh well.did you sign in for the workshop?i am looking forward so much toworking with you there...love
Nice to see this up close - I think your stitch looks great and I like how you've added other colours then black thread - like the sheen of the feathers.
Your raven alights on your cloth and the tiny stitches, holding yet freeing: The subtle other colors of her feathers traveling down her body, the clear shape to her, the openness, she lets you see whatever you need to see, whatever you need to know, whatever you need to do, it is there for the looking, the asking, the doing. Marti
it is a good thing when things take time. considering each new space to be filled. or not.
marti/anonthank you for your word weavingfits with the image perfectly
jude ~ yes. can just let thisrest for now. am looking much forward to learning this as i go,and how best to use stitch andspace, addition of cloth as youmentioned in C~C...this has turned out to be animportant cloth, and partly becausethe uneasiness of the original pushed me to make it "right"...hmmmm.
Yvonne thanks you...i wasn't sure at all about those wingreflections, but that's how theyDO appear in the stark desert light
You probably guessed I love ravens... um... the name of my land and blog! I like the stitching.. ravens have that rough textured look around the neck, I think you've captured a bit of the energy and movement. Nice.
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