René Walkin’s pennant for The Dream!

Posted: May 22, 2018 by Mo Crow in Braille for the Soul, It's Crow Time, The Gathering
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René Walkin’s pennant has flown all the way from England to join The Gathering!
stitching so much love into the dream
love the voluptuous textures of the silk stitches and rusted tattered edge
adding weight to the cloth
the rainbow edge
mother of pearl buttons
the tassled tail
the delicate pink of the heart chakra is from avocado pips & skins !
thank you for making such beautiful magic René, Braille for the Soul indeed!
here’s the link to see all the pennants and talismans gathering for the dream

  1. Liz A says:

    Love the stardust stitching … and the words in yet another hand. The magic continues to build …

  2. Tina says:

    How many pennants did you send out .. each one so far has been so beautiful and so different .. like the women that have made them.

  3. deemallon says:

    Rene’s has a real shimmer — the way those buttons catch the light and that rainbow binding.

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Dee))) I love how each pennant holds so much hope for our beautiful broken world, binding the magic of love and compassion with each & every stitch!

  4. fiberels says:

    another beauty ….!

  5. Martine says:

    So beautiful………… much love…………

  6. Marti says:

    Rene’s pennant has a luminosity that reaches out to one and all: the shimmer of stitches that flow with words that seem to vibrate with hope, love and intention; the rainbow bits of cloth all around the pennant that speak so strongly of each of us on this planet; the soft transcendent glow from the mother of pearl buttons… the whole of inclusiveness in this pennant is a joy to behold.

  7. Barry says:

    Hi MC – no doubt that folk are really going to a lot of trouble with the pennants – a very good vibe with all of them B

  8. shemann says:

    such lovely work, hope all is well with you

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Susan))) Rene’s work is so beautiful to hold in the hand with the weight of the stitching and beads, we’re enjoying such beautiful autumn weather here in the Land Down Under, all the gardens are slowing down giving more time for the art and music, I love this time of year!

  9. ravenandsparrow says:

    The glimmering delicacy of Rene’s pennant is enchanting. I especially admire how she treated the edges. Both the soft color gradations of the binding on one side, and the careful stitching of the ragged opposite that both contains and highlights its irregularities, are masterful. It makes me think of lingerie.

  10. Hazel says:

    The intricate stitching combined with the ragged edge are striking, mapping & holding a path of love.

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