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Njord Aquamarine Beanie

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Njord aquamarine beanie reflects the mysteries of the deep inspired by the lore of the seafaring god himself. This hat is made from 3 oz of 100& acrylic yarn that is warm and versatile for the winter months.

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At the present time, I do not do custom or personalized orders. I merely like to craft things as a method of calming my struggle with anxiety. Anything I make is OOAK.
Seeing as I tend to use natural materials such as wood, crystals, and leather lacing, that means they are moderately fragile in that getting the wood wet may damage the piece. Also, any knit items can be machine washed on a gentle cycle and then air dried.
To be honest, Im always making something. I dabble in many different types of crafts and art. I have since I was little. From painting, drawing, cartooning, writing, working with clay and pottery, knitting, crocheting, keychains/hanging charms, to most recently, wood burning, also known as pyrography. What makes them all unique, I suppose it my take on it. I like the strange ideals like mythological monsters, memento more concepts, the odd things that you dont normally think of. The only thing this doesn't apply to is the fiber work, because Ive yet to figure out a way to give that style of art the obscurity I want.
Pyrography is essentially using a saudering tool with small copper attachments to burn designs into wood. The reason why I picked this: the norsemen where a people who embraced what is known as runic.
Runic has many different styles (ex. Elder Furthark), but the concept remained the same: it was never a method of communication, they were mystical symbols representative of the cosmos & its power. Kind of like the idea of Alchemy, how symbols and ingredients arranged in the correct way could turn objects into gold. Runes were used in the Nordic branch of magick, Völva / Sedir. According to the myth, Odin (Woden) hung himself from the World Tree (a great ash tree called Yggdrasil) for 9 days, eventually being gifted the runes by Norns (like the fates) who guard the Well of Urd which lies at the base of the tree. They have many purposes, but how they were used as by either carved or burned into wood to activate them, per say.
While I may not be the ultimate teacher on the subject, I still like to educate people on what these terms mean. First of all, spirituality applies to everything. It is defined as: "the quality of being concerned with the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things". But if you enjoy the philosophical idealism like myself, spirituality can apply to the material and physical as well. All things can have a spiritual connotation, meaning they have some concept of "spirit" or "conscious energy" in them in them such as empathy, growth, energy, and creation.
In regards to spiritual practices, the skies the limit. Its all about the movement of energy in the universe. Be it either sentient energy (as such is with the concept of God in Abrahamic religions) or natural forces for example (which are observed in nature-based religions) or even forces from beyond our current understanding of the universe. Spiritual practices has no dogma unless you apply it. Witchcraft, which also applies to this "dogma-less" ideology no matter what spin you put on it, is merely a conduit for energy that can be utilized by a practitioner. You don't need to be a member of a religion to practice it and there are hundreds of forms of it worth exploring.
The Craft has almost literally nothing to do with Satan, though there are some who do use it for that purpose. He is a product of Abrahamic religion. Paganism has nothing to do with Satan. A pagan is someone NOT of a Christian church (earth/goddess(es)/god(s) inclined: Wicca, Druidry, Heathenism, Native Spirituality, Hindu, Buddhism, Taoism, Ancestral, or Animism to name a few). I personally am an Omnist, which mean I find truth and wisdom in all of those I relate to and respect the rest.

I like creating things based on the ideals represent in their practices. Like mala and prayer beads, pyrographic art, the sacred feminine in Heathen fiber art, paintings of nature and its divinity, charms, what ever I fancy to try and make.

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