136, Envoy: Little Moon

Today it’s “she draws”:

6 136 1 erased

And “she stitches” because today we have a guest stitcher:

136a

none other than Little Moon, the daughter of Illuminary, Envoy in her own right.

136c

Illuminary and I tuck each other in nightly, so I occasionally hear about Little Moon – about how charming and talented and smart she is – and when Illuminary told me what Little Moon said about Nancy’s cloth making her feel free, I up and asked if she wanted to stitch one. Fortunately she accepted, and today she finished this afternoon, sending these adorable photos.

163d

(Isn’t that mermaid adorable? There’s a great story behind it. Get Illuminary to tell it to you sometime.) I forgot to ask Little Moon what kind of stitch she used, but it looks great from here, doesn’t it? Thank you, Little Moon. You’re a real treasure.

136b

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Nancy is my developmentally disabled sister-in-law, Nancy,
and I am Jeanne, the woman who flat-out loves her.
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1 Comment

  1. little light

    Hi this is petite Luna! Thanks for letting me stitch one of miss nancy’s drawings! it was fun! It felt great to do!I hope people get inspired by nancy’s art to do the same!

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