I'm joining Woman with Wings again as we share our full moon art. I made a small string pieced moon from scraps of my plant, rust and compost dyed linens and cottons. It's about 11cms in diameter.
I was inspired by this quilt by Natasha Rutter titled "Moons" ....it was posted in a textile newsletter I receive, but I can't find a website for her, so I have no have information about her or the quilt, unfortunately.
This full moon is in Taurus, and is about connections. As I stitched my little strings I thought about how strings connect us......to our deeper inner selves, to those around us -family, friends and community, Mother Earth and the cycles of our lives. They make a complete "whole" when joined together.
Here's another look at the magnificent Jacaranda Tree from my last post, in full colour this time. I love the 'reflection' of colour on the ground as the blossoms fall, which they do almost constantly, drifting down all day long. People spend a lot of time raking the blossoms, or worse, getting their noisy blowers out in an attempt to keep everything neat and tidy. Mother Nature, begone, keep your distance!
and to finish.........
Good girl, stay!