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Canvas to the black rat snake/ukulele strap has been finished. And here it is:
Another needlepoint snake hide has been finished. Finally. After four months. Which is an inexcusable length to spend on such a small critter. It is only 18″x 3″. Still, four months. This is Agkistrodon Mark II, as the previous copperhead hide was … Continue reading
Some observations on different fibers as relates to needlepoint: Silk Made by bugs. Shiny. Impresses people. Can be VERY thin if you want to be embroidering tiny things, so it’s good for stuff like petit point. Expensive. Very “shreddy”. Damn … Continue reading
Winter is boring. So few critters out. The best that’s happened this week is being the recipient of a doe’s skull found out in the woods. Still no newts breeding. Turtles are all chilling deep underwater in the muck. There … Continue reading
The needlepointed copperhead hide is finished. 6 months, and she is done. Here she is: And here’s the original: And here they are together: Not too bad. The difference in coloration was made to take into account color loss during … Continue reading