Getting to the heart of the matter

The pennon for Mo’s dream looked promising laid out on the floor …

but once stitched and hung, a gap appeared below the moon …

So, two more cloth shreds needed, but what words to use?
Recalling that I first met Mo during Jude Hill’s online Considering Weave, I decided to use “a torn and tattered heart” from a piece worked during that class

and wanting to use some of the indigo cloth Dee Mallon sent
I asked her permission to quote “whole worlds live in some of these scraps” from this post

I think Dee’s words will prove to be prophetic.

Like Braille

Rod’s words feel amazing on Mo’s satin, front …

and back …

Although I need to clarify that the back shown here will actually be the front upon which the cloth shreds will hang …

while Rod’s lyrics to I dream of a world will be entirely readable from the back …

A double A-side, if you will.
I did stitch a few more shreds, too. A bit of Ulrike (Nemo Ignorat) cloth …
more Deb Lacativa cloth …

And this pair, stitched on indigo-dyed cloth gifted by Hazel at Handstories …