So I have learned that I don't do any "normal" embroidery. I had someone tell me that what I do is "metal Grandma"
Anyway here's here story:
I'm part of an all nerd girl Podcast, and we're pretty new. So when Tim Seeley, the creator and writer of Hack/Slash, agreed to come onto our show I was kinda floored. His show was #7 for us. Since I knew I would get the chance to see him a week after our recording I thought I would make a thank you gift for him.
I was stuck in a hotel room, because we're in the middle or relocating 3 states away, so I was limited with what I could do when it struck me... embroidery.
I'd done some pieces before but never anything this detailed or this important, on this short of notice.
Well long story short I finished her in about 30 hours over 4 days, JUST in time to get her to Tim. He loves her and she's getting a new home in his studio. He said she was probably the coolest piece of fan art he'd gotten.
So here it is (I'm not happy with her face but for 30 hours and no time to re-work, I'll take it)
And Tim Seeley with her