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Hi all, this is my first post so I will also introduce myself...I am an older eclectic pagan and a crone.  I study the path of the ancients, reaching back thousands of years to my ancestors in North America. 
I recently joined the LJ BOM club (quilting) and I decided to make a series devoted to the Spirit of the Mushroom, which is a highly intelligent plant spirit with many teachings to be learned.

If you would like to see the series I have created,
please step behind this curtain,,,

      

      

Even tho they are "busy", I will be able to clarify the specific aspects of the blocks with sashing and quilting later in the process.
These are 3 fabric blocks comprised of an allover mushroom print, an orange and gold Goddess/Spirit print and a Green & blue batik.

If any of you would like to try quilting or sewing of any kind, I have been sewing for over 35 years and would be happy to answer questions.  
Also, I hope you all have noticed how easy it is to take traditional craftwork and transform it into something more "crafty", shall we say?  :::smile:::

I hope you like them!
Blessings of Light!
Current Location:
sewing...space
Feeling:
creative creative
Current Muse:
white rabbit, jefferson airplane
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On April 10th, 2007 07:51 pm (UTC), naurwen commented:
Hello and welcome. :)
i must say i love them - at first look they do look busy, at second look again not much anymore. ok, this is me trying to say it right (english not being my first language, i guess that can be an excuse :)).
i love the colours and shapes in all 4. other than that i can´t say much more as i have never done quilting before and apart from edible mushrooms i don´t know that much more about them. one thing that would be very interesting to study further.
crafty and "more crafty" is good. :)

blessed be - from me currently being on holiday in the Czech Republic... :)

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On April 11th, 2007 02:21 pm (UTC), scryewulf replied:
Thank you!
I like to try to change things up and make the ordinary crafts into something a little more thought provoking!

I have a great link if you are interested in studying the mind expanding plant kingdom online, it is: http://www.erowid.org/
of course, I advise studying them...not taking foolish chances with your health and well-being :::wise grin:::

Have fun on Holiday!
B*B!
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On April 11th, 2007 09:44 pm (UTC), naurwen replied:
thank you for the link.
oh, i would only ever have an informative look into that - taking any kind of chances with such things just isn´t for me. :)
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