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February 27, 2010

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Nanou

I am under the spell of these Inuit embroideries (and I'm grateful to the Olympic Games !). I love your own handdrawn patterns and the colors you chose. But I have no idea about the significance of the number four ... not the seasons, neither the cardinal points ... This is mysterious !
Have a beautiful and magical white Sunday !

Marie

My first thought for the #4 is the medicine wheel and the four directions and the significance of each? So, you are moving from one part or point of the wheel into a new part of the medicine wheel? Just a guess. Love this series.

Sonia

another gorgeous piece, my friend !!
965 ? the number of kilometers caribous have to walk during their migration.
have a very lovely Sunday, sweet you. xoxox

Sonia

another comment from me as I loved the photos with the tracks ! Precious, it's so amazing to be able to witness this kind of natural events ! xoxo

Nanou

Thanks to Rebekah for her amazing photos !

melissa

wow- i love this embroidery. what a beautiful series you've made- thank you, winter olympics! :)
your daughter's photos are also really stunning.

Sarah

I love the caribou. My daughter has been studying inuksuks at school and we have fun spotting them in different pictures!

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