ok... I can show you now

Well, the little fellow that I mentioned here
 has arrived safe and sound at his destination in Munich
so I can show him off now.

This fellow went to Germany to live with Birgit
She named him "Sutton" after the name of my home town.
I think it fits nicely☺

And I am still plugging along on my "tubular peyote" thing. lol!
Someday I hope it turns itself into a necklace.

I know it's not 'perfect' but
LOOK!
IT'S TUBULAR!
 and it's WAY longer than the totally deformed 2 inches of completed
bead crochet that I disgustedly threw out after 'thehellishtwoweekordeal'
of trying to teach myself how to bead crochet.
(for some reason some of those beads want to look purple
 but they are lying, they are brown)

I haven't been feeling overly inspired lately,
(it could be weather related - ie. winter sucks!)
but I did try some experimenting last weekend
with tinted liquid polymer.
I was going for a 'faux' ceramic look.
I used blue because it was already mixed for another experiment
that didn't work out and will never see the light of day☺
But I'm kinda likin these ones☺
I'm feelin kinda 'beachy'.

Comments

  1. Pat, your little dragon babies are A-MAZ-ING~ so full of personality and life and I smile every time I see one. Your attention to detail is beyond perfection. I love Sir Frederick McSnugglebutt so much and he has proven to be an excellent guard dragon.

    I'm diggin' your turquoise pieces, too. Bring on Summer! (until June, when Satan will be whining about the heat and knocking on my door asking for directions back to Hell)

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