Tuesday, October 25, 2011
A COLORFUL TRADITION
Part of this year's offering from
the abundant garden is the sunflower.
Beauty in color & with a head full
of seeds for birds and men. Bees
love this flower which loves the sun.
The sunflower has been part of the
gardens at the Folk School for
a time so long as to be always included-
like greens and red, ripe tomatoes.
The quilting, piecing and sewing for
this year's festival banner was done by
my friend, Nancy Hinds of Louisana.
Featuring a center panel batik with
hand stamping along the pieced borders. See this in the community room also known as the dance hall,
at the Folk School.
May your Fall season be golden with the sights of traditonal colors and the joy of abundant harvests from both earth based and psychic gardens.