Getting stuck with pink and brown inspired me to make an abstract interpretation of an Entwife.
"Crikey, I'd like a dragon." — Hagrid in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Just as there are lots of different kinds of dragons in the world, there are many different sorts of dragon lovers out there. But there is one thing most of us have in common. We are all Hagrid. We all want... Continue Reading →
Before I made my Sorrow Angel, I made this little beaded pony. I love the pony's chunky shape and stubborn feel of her stance. I made the body with machine-quilted fabric, then hand-stitched beads on over the quilting lines to get the flower design. To give the static pose more energy, I used wire for... Continue Reading →
Even though Christmas has come and gone, I'm enjoying all my handmade decorations so much I thought I'd share a few more of them before putting the holiday behind me. The first two are fabric dolls ornaments. Both were given to me as gifts, so I am unsure of the designer's name, but I know... Continue Reading →
Here's a soft sculpture I've made that is a great example of how over-the-top I am when it comes to beading. I designed and developed the pattern for Angel of Sorrow myself. It took several prototypes to get to a horse shape that I really liked, but it was worth the effort. I originally planned... Continue Reading →