What particularly struck me is where the dragon appeared. Because I dry these necklaces in my dehydrator and the size required that I loop a section of this particular necklace, that determined that the most obvious way for this necklace to hang was with that smaller loop at the bottom center. He might have been any where along the length of the necklace, but he appeared in the focal area! Smart dragon!
Working on another eco-printed necklace. It’s time consuming, but this one is taking a lot longer because my oldest cat (20 years) has taken to coming out to my work table and laying down precisely in my work space. Younger cats get shooed away. Little Miss does not. Today a “perch” is supposed to arrive which I can place next to me. I’m hoping that will be agreeable to Little Miss. She can be near me and I will still be able to work!
Little Miss was actually my husband’s cat. It wasn’t planned that way, she just took to him. She had a very difficult time adjusting when my husband ended up in the hospital for over a year. She finally accepted me as being okay. When Jack returned home, she never re-established her closeness to him which may have been due to his being in a wheelchair. She’s a sweet old cat. I want to give her as much time as I can.