Originally I picked yellow yarn in honor of the sunshine this week. Today it also seems in honor of the falling leaves and the dandelion. There is very little sun today. I think there will be candlelight and soup tonight, in honor of warmth. It dipped down to 39 F one night this week, that's my threshold for turning on the heat although I haven't yet.
In honor of the moon there is this:
And the question, what if a moon had tentacles to propel itself across the sky?
If it was this world we would be unmoored.
I am stitching white/clear/pearl type buttons around the edges. The colors are either the natural wool or plant dyed (but I don't remember with what...probably apple leaves for the silk and the brassy color onion skin and something else). Hand spun yarn of wool and silk. Crocheted.
And there is this:
Found at a thrift store about a week ago.
Full copper moon.
Filled with rain water, a few walnuts, and a piece of fabric folded around an autumn leaf.
Where stars might be born.