Re-arranged her bedroom a bit.

BPSabelhaus

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Alex
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Going to weave another palm screen / bed. She loves laying on them. I know I promised before, but this time I'll make a better attempt to show the process. It's very basic weaving patterns which I admit my brain has a lot of difficulty trying to follow. Once your fingers figure it out, it becomes quick and easy, even to fix prior mistakes. I've learned a lot making those two so hopefully I can better document the process. It's a lot easier and faster than it looks and is pretty therapeutic.
 

BPSabelhaus

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Alex
She looks quite pleased 😀 🙂
Well, she's happy to be back in her tank lol Took her out early to be in the kiddos morning socialization in online school. Kids were asking all sorts of questions and oohing and ahhing over her. But she hasn't had her morning cup of roasted and brewed roaches with a worm frappe top lol
 

Hazelthebeardeddragon

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Hazel
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Going to weave another palm screen / bed. She loves laying on them. I know I promised before, but this time I'll make a better attempt to show the process. It's very basic weaving patterns which I admit my brain has a lot of difficulty trying to follow. Once your fingers figure it out, it becomes quick and easy, even to fix prior mistakes. I've learned a lot making those two so hopefully I can better document the process. It's a lot easier and faster than it looks and is pretty therapeutic.
Ima need some links to those logs and hides, they are beautiful. Loving it
 

BPSabelhaus

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Ima need some links to those logs and hides, they are beautiful. Loving it
Well, the logs are from Puget sound beaches, one a neighbors cherry tree lol. The hide is a chunk of concrete drainage pipe. The mats were woven by me from fan palm. The basins I'm not sure of the maker but the bark covering the big one is Douglas fir, pseudotsutsuga menziessi and filled with sand dirt stuff from some Australians backyard lol
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