Crocheted Lace Druid Robes, part 2

After roughly 650 hours of work on my Druid robes, following sweetly whispered messages of Awen, pacing myself diligently, to ensure that every stitch be a prayer, I have finally completed the main body of my robe. The process was slow, as I visualized,
designed,
stitched,
fit,
frogged,
redesigned,
restitched,
re-fit,
unraveled,
redesigned,
and restitched
the crocheted lace
on my way to completion.

Closeup inspections better show off the details:

Waistband of tribanns:

And three shots showing the lower panel of lace images that represent my personal cosmology and theology:

I am now working on a set of seasonal stoles that will drape over the shoulders, and include variously colored leaves, flowers, and other symbols appropriate to my seasonal celebrations. Stay tuned!

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