a little levity for the Blue Moon

Posted: April 6, 2018 by Mo Crow in Braille for the Soul, It's Crow Time, magic
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yesterday I realized that the retractable ladder is needed for levity, I was getting too deadly serious thinking about The Moon as an archetype which is all very well but Once in a Blue Moon is a celebration of the magic of electric blue, slow stitching lunacy and the wonder of having two Full Moons in one month!
also stitched some whisper silk organza rungs into the knots on the starry ladder so it feels much more ladder-ish
enjoying the conversation between the moons & how the retractable ladder works so much better with Moon Unit II
starting to make some sense at last!

  1. Susan Bowers says:

    I am intrigued by this project Mo.

  2. nancy krampf says:

    Magnificent . I Love Blue Moon with retractable ladder. What an inspiration you are. Thank you for sharing this road with us. x0

  3. Martine says:

    I can see a little fairie or angel climbing up this ladder for a chat with you……………..

  4. jude says:

    i love how the story takes shape

  5. Nancy says:

    A ladder to dream with! xo

  6. This is my third visit to this post and each time all I can think to say is WOW. It’s a whole world of astounding invention and intention. I don’t know how you’ll ever part with them :–>

  7. Liz A says:

    Magic happens …

  8. Barry says:

    Hi MC – I love the whimsical nature of this piece – makes me smile. B

  9. debgorr says:

    A ladder…just perfect.

  10. vdbolyard says:

    these moons are full of lunacy and deep wisdom, too. love the ladders.

  11. fiona says:

    Hope Friday 13th is a good one for you Mo! I love how the ladder works with Moon Unit II – how wonderful that you found that out. A stunning piece of work, with all its heart and ‘lunacy’…

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Fiona))) it was a good friend writing an e-mail saying he liked the retractable ladder that helped me move it onto Moon Unit II giving the whole thing a reason for being Once in a Blue Moon, funny how that works!

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