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Ancient Egyptian Goddesses in Beaded Elegance

Isis and Hathor, two of the most popular Ancient Egyptian Goddesses!

These two Goddesses were a joy to design and stitch! In addition to the many colors of embroidery floss, I used a lot of Mill Hill Seed Beads and two colors of Kreinik blending filament in each design to add a really nice texture to the finished product. 233 more words

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Apa Asetmu, Bro?

Medan, 4 Juni 2014, 05.58 WIB – Griya Hotel.

Hoaahhm. Duh, masih ngantuk. Padahal udah mandi, tidak lupa menggosok gigi juga membersihkan tempat tidurku. Inilah akibat tadi malem begadang. 372 more words

Catatan Harian

Myth: Something I'm Not (Wesir as a trans* god)

A/N: So I’ve spent the evening writing this, because apparently Wesir didn’t want to wait or anything once I’d figured out how to translate the experience of being transgendered as a human into something that would work for a god (He suggested daft humans who don’t want to listen to their god :D). 5,151 more words

Bookbinding, Isis, and Hekate

So, I’ve started making books, because Sobek said a scribe ought to know how to make books. Right now, I’m just concentrating on hardcover coptic stitch journals, but I’ll likely tackle case binding eventually when I am not so intimidated by it. 1,116 more words