Sunday, November 6, 2016

- Back (on) track

Retrospective (12/3)

Patch #311 Hope is the thing with feathers


soaring above the floodplain or lying broken on the ground.

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Finally!

The sailboat from Don's assemblage on October 12 (stitched with one of Hazel's boats by my side)


J's "Nana" on October 17


The fabric from Logan's bag on October 29, with a star and a crescent moon


and the return migration of the sandhill cranes on October 30


There are four more patches, but I'll save them for tomorrow. 

And it's raining, one inch so far. 

And the FBI has re-closed its email investigation.

I dare to hope ...

4 comments:

handstories said...

So much in these pieces! Love how you did the rolled sail, & the green of the boat, "Nana" is the sweetest patch yet, and I find your migration to be quite tender and touching-perfect.

Liz Ackert said...

Hazel ... thank you for you comments and, most importantly, for your inspiration

Mo Crow said...

love the flight of the sand cranes

Liz Ackert said...

Thanks Mo ... I envy the fact that Grace gets to see them on the ground. One of these days we need to take a road trip to the Gulf coast so we can do the same.