Turned out great. I'm sure he'll love it till it falls to pieces. Great that he chose what was to be used - he'll treasure it even more.
It'll be a while before it falls to pieces. They're not as fragile as might be expected. I made his first one over 3 years ago and its still just as tight as it was to start with. Thanks for responding.
I don't know how to get to add a comment so I came here. Absolutely beautiful. Could I ask what the name of the design is at Emb.Library. I would like to give it a try. But I know it won't be as beautiful as yours. But hey gotta start somewhere learning new things. Thank You
Katrina... go to Embroidery Library's Lace sections and look for "Lace - Native American." You'll find the web designs and the fetishes there.
Great dreamcatcher! You did an amazing job! Anne from Alabama
Absolutely beautiful. Well done.
Thank you, deegee!
Liz, what wonderful work you do - so happy to know your son helped in the creation of this dream catcher. Keep up the lovely stitching.
Thank you, Shirlene.
Very nice. BTW...do you take orders?
Orders? I used to. I don't know if I want to go there again. These days, nobody wants to pay for crafts like this... not what it would be worth at any rate. Thanks for responding.
Very nice. I started to stitch one on my teepee, I posted here in projects, a couple weeks ago. Good job-Toogie
I must have missed your teepee, toogie. I don't recall seeing it. Thanks for responding.
I am not sure, but you may can see them, if you type in teepee, on the right, where it says search.I made 2
This is great and so personalised which makes it even better. Thanks for showing us.
Neat details and like what he picked out and how you framed it.
Hmmm... I wonder why the second picture hasn't shown... I'll give it a little while and if need be, I'll upload it again.