The Spiky Hedgehog Purse
I really am in “spiky” fever these few days after making the Triangle Fold Coaster. I transformed those “spikies” into 2 hedgehog purses, which I have named Bluno and Reddy. They measure only about 10cm x 9cm. Bluno is a male hedgehog and Reddy is a female. They met each other in the park on one sunny morning, and this is how their story begins….. click “Next” below the photo to view the full storyboard of their meet-up.
Photographing them was not an easy task as compared with my previous crafts. I normally take indoor photos but this time it’s different. I need to pray for a bright day, cloudy is still acceptable but not rain. Then I have to lie down on the grass of my garden to snap some nice photos of them from low level angle. After taking 50 shots or so, my knees, elbows and body were all stained by grass and dirt . Well, at least I can shower and wash off the dirt, but the worst part is that my neck and shoulders were achy from all the postures I am not usually in, in order to snap them from the ground. Could this be because I did not warm up enough or is it my age ? I salute those wildlife photographers who spend so much time and patience taking those jaw-dropping snapshots and video that we watch in National Geography.
I downloaded the hedgehog pattern from LollyChops (I am a big fan of Lolly) a few months ago and kept in my craft “library” since I know that it will inspire me to come up with something that is my own…. My granny’s rug rag gave me the inspiration in this design way before I published the rug rag post in my blog. I took out the pattern and started to modify it into a purse. Determining how to arrange the triangle is a little time-consuming for me as the dimension is not symmetrical, a little trial and error here and there. I am so glad I finally completed Bluno, and gosh, I couldn’t stop since then, so I made another one, Reddy More to come????
Special thanks to Sumay who assisted me in narrating the story.