turquoise and a dragonfly

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turquoise stones and a little brass-looking dragonfly

and a little black and white checkerboard fabric for the fun of it.

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6 Responses to turquoise and a dragonfly

  1. mendofleur says:

    Such a lovely image. I think a dragonfly is a symbol of so many things that are positive in our lives. The image fits the meaning.

    • ancientcloth says:

      I have such good memories of dragonflies and I always
      feel “awed” when I see them. They are magical.
      Thank you.

  2. I love how a black-and-white checkered pattern can bring out the colors in a piece of art. I need to remember to use it more often! xo Kari

    • ancientcloth says:

      It is one of my favorite little borders when painting or stitching.
      I like the stark contrast of the black and white. It just seems
      whimsical. That is why I like Jude’s/spiritcloth “magic” black and
      white thread.

  3. I think turquoise is suppose to bring healing. So your dragonfly brings with it healing for the heart. Lots of times we don’t know where healing is going to come from, do we?

    • ancientcloth says:

      I love turquoise and silver jewelry and wear it often because it does
      feel “healing”. I like what you said : )
      thank you.

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