“KACHINA” is finished.

     I finished my “KACHINA” over the weekend but, I did not get photos done until today. I am blaming warm weather and lots of daylight.

KACHINAI like how this turned out. I will figure out how to display this later. I like shadow boxes, but I am having trouble locating them locally. Thinking about using a slate tile?

I used size 15s and 22s on the feathers, those transparent brown 22s gave my eyes a work out. They really lined up nice and have a great tactile quality.

Thanks for following along. Comments are more than welcome!  deb


Published by debmcqueen

Bead Artist specializing in Bead Embroidery.

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