This weaving utilizes Stone Wool’s Cormo sheep wool for the blue shades. The white is Navajo churro wool found in a small family mill in Arizona which spins yarn for various Navajo shepherds and weavers. The weaving was started during the full moon of April, often referred to as the Pink Moon or the Paschal Moon as it is used to determine Easter. This weaving was my first attempt at a circle and I admit I had to watch a YouTube video! I was weaving in Chicago with two little granddaughters who often chose which color came next. Jane, the four year old, helped comb down each new row. The piece evokes a sense of peace and balance.