I got a little work done on my Raven Quilt today. I’ll add another of my Raven paintings to the quilt. This one is on the ground.
I painted the back of the grounded Raven to show the old hand stitching on the quilt I painted the bird on.
I’ll do more of the same with the strips of fabric to incorporate this second image into the quilt.
I don’t know if I’ll have time to work on it tomorrow. I want to finish up my Flour Sack Potholders. Half of them are already sold, but there are 16 of them, so there will still be plenty for me to sell in my Etsy Shop.
The Ravens continue to show up on the Farm. One flew right over Jon’s head as he was taking pictures of his flowers this morning.
For only the second time this summer, I heard the call of a young hawk. In the past a pair of hawks have nested close enough by for me to hear the young hawk’s repetitive cries, and see the parent Hawks, hunting in the fields.
But this year is different. The Ravens seem to have taken their place.
Last night, when I got up to go to the bathroom, I heard a Great Horned Owl. I went outside and listened to a conversation between two owls, one close by and the other some distance away. There were also screeching sounds that I think were begging calls coming from a young owl.
I heard these last year too. It’s the young owl calling out to its parents for food.