**Warning: This is a long post, full of photos!**
Can you bear with me a "little bit" of showing off?? I got so happy with the results of this, I had to share! :o)
The last days were challenging to me at my Etsy. A wonderful and generous costumer decided she wanted several Goddesses and Gods of mine, and asked me to create specific deities. I love when this happens, once before I also had another beautiful and great costumer who did the same, at that time she wanted a complete Sabbath Kore, it was exciting to create them too! Specially because I end up learning more.
One was completely unknown to me, the Luna Moth. When I researched, I learned about this lovely and gorgeous little creature, and I tried to make the embroidery as similar the original as possible:
Then there was the Dog Goddess, in honour of her pets, and I made this cute one (Lucas loved it!) using the felt color she asked:
She grabbed my Witches' Brew Goddess the minute I listed it, LOL - I want to make another one using a different felt color now:
Then there were the Stag Goddess and God, I wish we had these animals here in Brazil *sigh*:
Pan was another delight to create, with his pipe to seduce whatever he wanted:
And at last, Hecate. Such adorable and strong aspect of the Goddess, I learned to love her a bit more:
All my costumer are always too generous in their feedback and words, I feel energized by their vibes. This time it was not different!
Now I'm working to create some ideas that's been haunting my mind. Among them a Greenman, that is almost ready, and a Phoenix to see if it will look good on felt. Since all my hand-embroideries are directly made on the cloth at freehand, I never know how they will get until the threads start crossing it!
Thanks for bearing this long blustering post! Now I'll get back to my humble self again... :o))
Saturday, April 3, 2010
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