podcasts Episode 297 July 30, 2022July 30, 2022 by Sara https://www.yarnsatyinhoo.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/episode297.languageofthemoon.mp3 Slow Fashion Summer Camp features classes on August 2, 9 and 16. There are still spots available! Click HERE for complete descriptions and registration information. This series of felted landscapes reflects some of Provincetown’s scenery, and was an opportunity to practice for the upcoming en plein air paint out hosted by the Antione Dutot Museum and Gallery in Delaware Water Gap. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Birdwatchers’ General Store in Orleans en route to Ptown. Brise cardigan no.3 knit in 100% yak yarn. I’ve been wearing the heck out of this sweater. Also pictured is my talisman pendant with shisha embroidery and cosmic egg embroidery. You can learn all the skills to create your own pendant in my class on August 9th. A beautifully-dyed braid of Leicester Longwool is the contribution of Susan from Riot of Color. You can enter the giveaway drawing by leaving a comment (listen for details) on the Instagram post for this episode. “Language of the Moon” by Major Jackson Post navigation Episode 296Episode 298
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My oldest son is neurodivergent. Our family struggled mightily during his adolescent years. I remember many nights after hours long meltdowns, stepping outside to look up at the moon. Seeing the moon, in all it’s splendor, night after night, reminded me that there is a God who hung the moon, and cares for His creation. My son is now in his early 30’s and has found his way in life. I am so thankful! I appreciate your focus on the moon in this episode.