Thank you so much! I knew the knit could be a problem, especially with such fine detail, so I made sure to choose a tee with a very fine jersey weave. Believe it or not, the hardest thing to get right was her lips. The small white reflection in them went on sliiiiiightly too heavy at first, and made it look like she was baring her teeth! (Which is fine, you do whatever the hell you want, Bey.) I actually had to dab it off several times before I got it to look like it was just giving a bit of definition to the lips. Ha ha... I hope it doesn't budge in the wash!
Concert tees rarely come in my size and it's always a disappointment because I love a souvenir. I'm seeing Beyoncé next week (cue screaming forever) and decided to make my own tee for the show. This is white fabric paint on a black tee, partly stencilled, partly freehand-painted. I flippin' love the way it turned out!
I made this matryoshka quilt for my best friend's new daughter:
I am so happy with the way it turned out (slight wrinkly-ness aside)! I've always had an obsession with matryoshkas and thought about making a quilt for years. I only had the concept in my head when I got started, but was really winging it as I didn't have a pattern and had never done a complex applique before. I also haven't done much embroidery so was winging it with all of the embroidered faces! All the circles are hand-stitched (I never did figure out the rocking method of hand-quilting; this was all painstakingly slow stab-stitch. Thank you, Netflix!)
So, three years later, I searched my own name to try to find a post I made, this link came up, and I once again clicked on the thumbnail thinking this was a Stevie Wonder quilt. Obviously, that is what you have made here.