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    Just a few of the capes I have made.  Capes take anywhere from 1 week for a toddlers size to a month for an adult, to 3 months for an adult Male floor length Cape.  #cherokee #feathers #goose #turkey #handmade

    Just a few of the capes I have made. Capes take anywhere from 1 week for a toddlers size to a month for an adult, to 3 months for an adult Male floor length Cape. #cherokee #feathers #goose #turkey #handmade

    3 0 18 minutes ago
    Dreamcatchers were originally created by the American Indians. But some believe that they have originated from the Ojibwa Chippewa tribe. According to some researchers, dreamcatchers were passed on from the Ojibwe through trade and intermarriage. In the Ojibwe language, 'dreamcatcher' means 'spider'. This spider could refer to the web which is woven over the hoop. The web patterns of a dreamcatcher is similar to snowshoes made by the Ojibwe people. Even Lakota nations along with the Ojibwe and Native American tribes, have shown the existence of dream catchers in their cultures. Spider as a symbolism of comfort was first used by these people contradictory to what the world believes them to be: creepy crawlers. 
According to a famous story from the Ojibwe tribe, it was believed that a mysterious 'Spider Woman' acted as the spiritual protector of their tribe, especially for the young children and new born babies. As the tribe grew and flourished, the woman found it difficult to protect and watch over all the members. She then created the dreamcatcher following which, many mothers and grandmothers recreated the hanging to mystically protect their own children. 
#bespoke #handmade #craftmaking #dreamcatchers #bracelets #halfmoon #feathers #beads #hobby #colours #madebystefi #therapyforthemindheartandsoul #hopes&dreams #bystefj #nativeindians

    Dreamcatchers were originally created by the American Indians. But some believe that they have originated from the Ojibwa Chippewa tribe. According to some researchers, dreamcatchers were passed on from the Ojibwe through trade and intermarriage. In the Ojibwe language, 'dreamcatcher' means 'spider'. This spider could refer to the web which is woven over the hoop. The web patterns of a dreamcatcher is similar to snowshoes made by the Ojibwe people. Even Lakota nations along with the Ojibwe and Native American tribes, have shown the existence of dream catchers in their cultures. Spider as a symbolism of comfort was first used by these people contradictory to what the world believes them to be: creepy crawlers.
    According to a famous story from the Ojibwe tribe, it was believed that a mysterious 'Spider Woman' acted as the spiritual protector of their tribe, especially for the young children and new born babies. As the tribe grew and flourished, the woman found it difficult to protect and watch over all the members. She then created the dreamcatcher following which, many mothers and grandmothers recreated the hanging to mystically protect their own children.
    #bespoke #handmade #craftmaking #dreamcatchers #bracelets #halfmoon #feathers #beads #hobby #colours #madebystefi #therapyforthemindheartandsoul #hopes &dreams #bystefj #nativeindians

    3 0 22 minutes ago
    I spent the weekend with friends who train in Krav Maga and other martial arts disciplines at the @international_krav_camp ; many of these individuals are currently military, or ex military, and police officers; the rest are civilians, and all who share a common interest of protecting our communities and the ones we love (including ourselves). The theme for the camp this year was addressing active shooter threats, due to our current climate. When you train like we do, you feel a greater responsibility for your community should you be present during a violent incident. Let me say if you are lucky enough to have brave souls like these in your community, you will have people who not only will watch your back, but will also treat you like one of their own. Our growing Krav Camp community in particular, are some of the most genuine and kind hearted people I have had the pleasure of knowing. Thank you so much for @erniekirk, @kravandcoffee from @krav_maga_universal for organizing this event, and thank you so much for all of our incredible instructors, @paulls.kravmaga.biker, @nwsde, @netzkrav, @upinarms4867, Tom Whittaker, @michaelkramp, and our other guest instructors. And thank you to Jen Wilcox, for being so awesome and welcoming us to her gorgeous home, farm land, and shooting range. 
Last but certainly not least...thank you to everyone who gave me feathers...nothing better than being gifted feathers for this bird lovin’ lady 😂.

    I spent the weekend with friends who train in Krav Maga and other martial arts disciplines at the @international_krav_camp ; many of these individuals are currently military, or ex military, and police officers; the rest are civilians, and all who share a common interest of protecting our communities and the ones we love (including ourselves). The theme for the camp this year was addressing active shooter threats, due to our current climate. When you train like we do, you feel a greater responsibility for your community should you be present during a violent incident. Let me say if you are lucky enough to have brave souls like these in your community, you will have people who not only will watch your back, but will also treat you like one of their own. Our growing Krav Camp community in particular, are some of the most genuine and kind hearted people I have had the pleasure of knowing. Thank you so much for @erniekirk , @kravandcoffee from @krav_maga_universal for organizing this event, and thank you so much for all of our incredible instructors, @paulls.kravmaga.biker , @nwsde , @netzkrav , @upinarms4867 , Tom Whittaker, @michaelkramp , and our other guest instructors. And thank you to Jen Wilcox, for being so awesome and welcoming us to her gorgeous home, farm land, and shooting range.
    Last but certainly not least...thank you to everyone who gave me feathers...nothing better than being gifted feathers for this bird lovin’ lady 😂.

    18 1 24 minutes ago
    In-between learning new skills, renovating our home (which is also my office), fighting the winter bugs and having a sick toddler home (twice), I seem to be incapable of finishing anything. So I'm really chuffed that I made these patterns amidst the chaos, and completed them in 2 days - a new record for me 🙈
They'll be available on my macro and shop sites soon 🦉
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#owls #owllove #feathers #footprints #seamlessrepeatpattern #ink

    In-between learning new skills, renovating our home (which is also my office), fighting the winter bugs and having a sick toddler home (twice), I seem to be incapable of finishing anything. So I'm really chuffed that I made these patterns amidst the chaos, and completed them in 2 days - a new record for me 🙈
    They'll be available on my macro and shop sites soon 🦉
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    #owls #owllove #feathers #footprints #seamlessrepeatpattern #ink

    2 0 32 minutes ago

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