1. excessively credulous belief in and reverence for supernatural beings.
"medicine was riddled with superstition"
When Tammy Adams, owner of the Paisley Lizard advertised the Superstition Blog Hop and the participants were to design around her “ Black Cat “ Polymer Clay pieces, I thought – “ How delightful “. You were to request drilled or Cabachon and of course, I ordered a Cab for Bead Embroidery – my element. After completing the Morrigan for the Battle of the Beadsmith 2015 I figured this little cab would fit right in with black, hematite and gray which I had plenty of but I also decided this piece would not be a standard Bead Embroidery piece. I elected to use ( 2 ) two of my weak points in composition which were to design an asymmetrical piece and to use fringe while incorporated the aspect of Superstition. But heck! Friday the 13th is a most superstitious day – but I’ve always had great luck on this day.
Update; Well - I did not fully complete her - but here she is. She still has fringing and binding left as well as her rope but I wasn't going to let the reveal down. Please do check back this weekend to see her in all her glory. Don't you just love those little hints of red?
The List of Participants:
Tammy Adams (Hostess)
Robin Lynne Showstack
Maria Rosa Sharrow
Karin Grosset Grange
Catherine King ( You are here )