I've been working on a wall hanging, using some of the techniques in Angie Hughes' book (see last post).
I've called it 'Winter Nights' and there's a quote from a poem by John Haines.
Do you recognise the owl?
It's the little cutie that I found at St. Veeps' church in Cornwall.
I looked back at my pictures of Cornwall and found these, all from the delightful church at Lanteglos by Fowey.
Above, the Mohun girls, in brass circa 1508.
Carved wonders on Oak bench ends .(15th. century)
If you could picture this little church, down a winding lane, near the sea . . . go back to the 15th. century . . . . and it's full of craftsmen, working and talking, laughing perhaps as they fashion these weird and wonderful things.
I wonder, what would they make of our world?