Elizabeth Barrette (ysabetwordsmith) wrote,
Elizabeth Barrette
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The Dragon Blanket

One of my hobbies is making magical artifacts. I made this enchanted blanket as a Yule gift for a friend. The fabric is no-sew fleece. The front side has a pattern of dragons on a grey/black background, and the back side is solid red.



The two sides are attached by yellow ties.



Now here is the magical part: in one corner I sewed on four little symbols made of cotton cloth. Each symbol relates to one of the blanket's four magical functions. Green square = ground/center/shield. Yellow circle = mental clarity. Red triangle = heat. Blue teardrop = peace and calm. They basically work like buttons on a remote control: press one and think about its purpose, and it activates. The blanket recharges itself automatically from ambient energy.

Tags: crafts, holiday, magic, photo
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