Squirrels are playing

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Squirrels have come to play between Acorn Moon and Frosty Moon.

I am stitching on this one today because I want to finish it so I can begin

Long Night Moon for December.

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6 Responses to Squirrels are playing

  1. An acorn moon and a frosty moon are perfect moons for this time of the year. And I like your sun vibration, too. Your lady reminds me of the lady in my tapestry! xo Kari

    • ancientcloth says:

      I am doing a series of Full Moons.
      One for each month. In Native American
      Traditions they gave each full moon names.
      These names recalled the seasonal myths, traditions and
      ancient wisdom regarding that particular month.
      Thank you : )

  2. mendofleur says:

    I love anything related to acorns. This design is like the perfect transition from fall into winter. The moon truly feels frosty!

    • ancientcloth says:

      I always have loved the shape and color of acorns as well : )
      I am glad the moon “feels frosty”, that makes me happy because that
      means I created or conveyed
      what I was trying to say.
      Thank you for sharing that with me and thank you for
      your kind words.
      : )

  3. julia moore says:

    Hi Marie, I was just scrolling down through your blog and found how “frosty moon” has progressed from the first time you put up a pic. of it! I really like how it is developing into a story/postcard. First time I saw “frosty moon” I thought, “that’s boring!” Little did I know it was a WIP! My bad! Julia

    • ancientcloth says:

      I was laughing at the fact that when you saw Frosty Moon for the first time you thought
      it was boring! Because I kind of thought that too! (It’s ok) But, my hope was that once it evolved
      and joined the other Moons it will become a nice balance for all that will be going on.
      : )
      Thank you.

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