River of Moons Dark Moon in Pisces

Posted: March 14, 2021 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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River of Moons (go with the flow) Mo 20-21 in process
scanned this month for clarity
the next 4 moons will be on this one patch by Ulrike Bogdan
so I started a new moon cycle through the seasons
with gratitude to the indigo queens, Glennis Shibori Girl, Ulrike Bogdan and Jude Hill
Autumn Moon (Honesty) in process Mo 21
indigo dyed silk moon and cloth from Jude Hill
whisper silk organza from Beautiful Silks
boar bristles , rotted silk, Silkworm vintage cotton from Margaret Johnson & indigo dyed silk thread from Glennis Dolce

Comments
  1. snicklefritzin43 says:

    Such enjoyment, Mo, in sitting with your work this morning, enlarged on my screen, Wonderful, just what my soul needed to take in today.

  2. Nancy says:

    Wow Mo, wow! Those ‘four moons’…can’t wait to see them grow and Autumn Moon – Oh my! Stunning. xo

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Nancy))) there will be a bit of rocking back and forth to balance the dark with the light in the river but I needed to start a new project with this journey through the seasons. Autumn Moon (Honesty) will be a medicine bag for holding crystals for the crystal healer who is working her magic with distance healing for a dear friend who is doing it tough with brain cancer.

  3. fiberels says:

    Sooooo many GORGEOUS Mo-moons ! Whoever makes them first, you make them even more beautiful ! Love that golden Autumn moon !
    Happy belated birthday dear Mo ! ❤

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Els))) I love these lines by Montaigne about working with other people’s words;
      “These are other men’s flowers, only the string that binds them is my own”
      from ‘The Dark Flood Rises’ by Margaret Drabble (p123)
      & thanks for the birthday wishes, I love Pisces time of the year!

  4. deemallon says:

    I’m seeing all the personalities of each moon!

  5. Hazel says:

    Just a great big “OH….!” with sighs for all of this glowing beauty.

  6. debgorr says:

    So beautiful, all of it. All the baby lunaria is popping up here. Another cycle, : )

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Deb))) I look forward to growing Honesty easily in the mountains as it really struggles here in Sydney when the mercury goes over 40˚C (104˚F) in summer, we give it an ice cube mulch on those days!

  7. jude says:

    As always, the details are amazing.

  8. Margaret Johnson says:

    Your beautiful work makes my old heart sing Mo…Have some goodies to send to you soon….ox

  9. Barry says:

    Wow MC – just an amazing ever growing piece of work – such thought, detail and inclusion of bits and pieces from other spirits. Go well. B

  10. fiona says:

    The scans have added soooo much to the story Mo – the intricate stitches and details are a joy to behold. It’s as if I could touch it thru the screen! The ladder, the ladder, the ladder…hold tight to dreams, go well.

  11. shiborigirl says:

    Pisces is my favorite time of year (being one myself). But March brings the worm moon, when worms and larvae of all kinds begin to appear. Also it’s a good time in some places to start to hatch silkworms to feed on the newest and most tender mulberry shoots.

  12. Rose says:

    Simply stunning, Mo! Thank you for sharing this wonderful work. I am sitting here drooling. Such detail. And all the thoughts that are embedded within the works must be so rich.

  13. Acey says:

    this is such a lovely post. The lunaria tribute is magnificent but that pisces dark moon is sooooo eloquent I feel like I stopped breathing while I took it in. not held my breath – just was in it and didn’t need to breathe.

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