the challenge was to create a crafting deity- and for some reason, all I could think of was the Ginnsfortwoozlefims from when I was younger. Yes, its a mouthful. No, I won't tell you where it came from. But anyone who saw my folders for school would undoubtedly recognise the little guys- I drew them everywhere!
They looked like this-
Sufficient prayer to Fu'sake, generally involving repeatedly saying his name in a loud voice and possibly throwing things and stamping of feet, is known to soothe the savage crafting pain after encountering gnarled stitches, incorrect countings and other screw ups. While he may soothe tempers, his lack of fingers means he is less adept at correcting said frustrations, thus relegating him to merely "deity" status. However it should be noted that of all the deities, Fu'sake is the most regularly prayed to across the world.
The idea was simple and actually, for once, the actual creation was nice and simple too. I just grabbed a simple piece of linen I had lying around and slapped into my Millenium Frame.
Secret of Mana block, but I also threw in some of the thinner gauge wool from my wool blanket which added a bit of texture to the hair that I quite like.
Mary Corbet's instructional video once again proved invaluable, and entirely sufficient.
This was actually quite nice to stitch this up. It reminded me of sewing the blanket because of the ease and speed that the turkey work filled the area.
I might try giving him a trim down the road to see how it comes out, but right now, he's perfect.
Quite happy with him actually, but have absolutely no idea what to do with him now. Any suggestions?