« petals up | Main | Nature Notebook Revisited »

June 04, 2009


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


The silk thread is very pretty. They'll look perfect on stones but they look sweet framed in the hoops too. The variety of spiders is amazing, we marvel at all the different types found just in our garden alone.
I think eight eyes is a very useful trait, all mothers should have them and eight arms too!
A black bear in a tree sounds very exciting, must be a lovely area to live in.


Your embroidered spiders are stunning. You chose the fabrics so thoughtfully to match.

Mathyld / encore petite

Your spiders are so beautiful, but they also look so real, they almost scare me !

And the bear in the tree ? So exciting ! He looks so beautiful ... But I'm glad you kept the kitties in !

x x x


Your bear made international news! He's on the front page of msnbc.com right now as a video link.


(We are big golden guide fans at our house!)


that bear was all the talk at the MNR this week! he seemed really cute :)


Before your recent spiders posts, I didn't like spiders. Now, you make me take interest in them. When I'll meet one (not to big !), I'll probably even observe it instead of running away (and so will do my children). Can you see the power you have to make us progress ?
As Joanie, I love them framed in the hoops too ! Your spiders are fantastic ! I envy their 8 eyes (garden or forest in 8 dimensions, wow !) (or visiting 8 blogs at the same time !), but I envy still more their 8 arms ... !
Concerning your neighbouring black bear, I hope he can find his way back home. My husband and I have been so lucky to see a baby one along a river in Yosemite Park 14 years ago ! Such amazing and unforgettable memories ! Won't your black bear inspire you in a near future ?


these are beautiful!! - thanks again for the lovely flowers.xxx

Elsita :)

I love these spiders soooo much! They look so alive!
Elsita :)

The comments to this entry are closed.


Blog powered by Typepad

Flickr Badge

  • www.flickr.com
    This is a Flickr badge showing photos in a set called handmade by me. Make your own badge here.

crafty crow contributor

Creative Commons