Xroads Cloth by Grace Forrest Maestas

Posted: April 16, 2013 by Mo Crow in friends, It's Crow Time
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xroads-cloth-by-Grace-Forrest-Maestrasa xroads cloth just flew in by Grace Forrest Maestras of Windthread with a butterfly from one of our gardens
Grace is making these beautiful altar cloths and sending them out into the world to help sustain her herd of tiny Nigerian Dwarf goats in New Mexico
directionIt’s a magical centreing device honouring the space at the xroads, here you can see a tiny Sebright bantam hen feather and a damselfly wing in the centre surrounded by some of the lace and feathers gifted to me by Margaret Johnson, Eliene Saint Romain, and many other friends from all around the world this year
feathers the feathers and lace are calling
Black-and-Whitedark-feathersbut right now it’s time to get back to the drawing board & Looking for You

  1. kathydorfer says:

    i love all the feathers . your work is wonderful and lovely to see. lucky you with a altar cloth from grace .xxoo

    • Mo Crow says:

      I love your work Kathy! how did your exhibition go & are you starting up your Etsy shop again soon? one of our gardening customers is looking for some crow art for her best friend’s 60th birthday & I’m not selling any ’til the book is finished in 2016!

  2. Michelle says:

    Magical Grace, you Feathers, lace. song. and lines meeting here at the crossroads where every X marks the sacred spot!.

  3. Carol says:

    The altar cloth is beautiful and it is really wonderful to see your various shots of your lace and feathers. Just gorgeous, Mo!

  4. nadia says:

    Enjoyed seeing (besides Grace’s soulful piece) your lace and feathers, and gauzy piece. You such amazing feathers–no wonder they inspire you. wonders of nature.

  5. margaret johnson says:

    Great post MO. From Grace’s lovely piece right through to your latest sketch. Is that a silk gauze hanging behind the black knotted piece? They look beautiful together. You sure are an inspiration. ox

  6. julie says:

    and your home is so so magically inviting, I am busy perusing your bookshelves!

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