Continuing

Lyrics from the song “Wild Thingsused with permission …

“The wild things are out there chasing the sun”

 from Mo’s magnificent opus The Illustrated Lyrics of Old Man Crow …

Look carefully in the lower right corner …

A quote from Wendell Berry …
“Again I resume the long lesson”

A long-held belief from my days attending Quaker meetings …
“War is not the answer”
and this …
namaste

19 thoughts on “Continuing

  1. Liz,I must confess that I haven't been following along in blogland lately, but this post captured my attention. I love every detail from the message, your descriptions of the dyes, your admission about non-fiction and Jackie's lining. Thank you.

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  2. has my sculptor friend Bronwyn asked for a green one yet? she fell in love with mine & your whole concept, she is working on a doctorate researching the role of the artist and sustainability in the remedial landscape

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  3. Mo -I haven't heard from Bronwyn, but would be honored to make a green peace pin for her. Just send me an email with her address and consider it done!

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  4. How stunning are these ones Liz? And how rewarding to have so much beautiful peace spreading its wings across the world. It is a precious thing you re doing – I love mine so much.

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  5. Thank you Fiona … I am finally letting go of my insecurity that the pins are \”too simple.\” Indeed, their very simplicity is the heart of their message.

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  6. Looking very forward to the Peace pin arrival. I think I need to make myself a courage/bravery FLAG- a story unto itself- more, later.

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  7. I would love a red peace pin. So much negative in the world at the moment. It would be nice to wear a reminder that peace is possible. Janet Wright

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  8. Hello from Canada!I love your blog, which I found through Jude at Spirit Cloth. It is lovely that you make and send your peace pins all over the world, each stitched so lovingly.I would love to have one, and as for colours, spring colours would be terrific…I'm thinking pink and green, light green as in new growth foliage and pink flowers. If you have it, words or background cloth in any combination something like that. Hope I'm not being too specific here, so as to be a pain.I honestly love all of the pins, so I know I'll love whatever you do. cheers from Burlington, OntarioLouise [yes another Louise]

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  9. Louise – Your comment caused me to look back and sure enough, yours will be the first pin sent to Canada. I will enjoy working with pink and green for you!

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