Thursday, October 30, 2014

Dream Catchers and Other Things


My very clever friend Maddy came to my house today with this amazing dream catcher that she made. I was so blown away that the camera suddenly appeared in my hands before my head had even considered taking its photo!
 The detailing that has gone into it AND the colour scheme is just sublime.
Gaaahhhh - if Miss Haversham was ever to turn into a dream catcher I think she would look like this.
 AND cowrie shells - my sister and I were obsessed with finding them at the beach when we were little. 
 It's huge too. She is selling them here although I don't think this is up on the web yet. By the way, this is not a sponsored post, I am just so impressed and inspired my my friend and I thought you would like to see what she is up to.
 In the meantime, your Christmas present is so near to completion. The final stages of a pattern always suprise me by how time consuming they can be. Thank goodness it is so much fun.
Lots and lots of love,
Kate. xxooxx.

5 comments:

  1. That is one of the most beautiful dream catchers I have ever seen! :)

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  2. It's a glorious dream catcher! Something that has been on my 'to do list' for awhile. Can't wait to see the mini campers ta-dah! Have a great day!

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  3. Oh my days the dream catcher is art, so much work, it must have taken weeks. Incredibly beautiful and eery. I now have an image of Miss Havisham in my head too, so long since I read Great expectations.
    Looking forward to the pattern for your new design.
    Have a lovely week
    Helen

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  4. I love that dream catcher!! It is a piece of beautiful work. Love the centre and the tail. Very nice.
    Cheers, Anita.

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous....one of the most beautiful I've ever seen.

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