Enough with the dismemberment previously discussed.
My second design for Defarge Does Shakespeare was inspired by Tamora, Queen of the Goths. Yes, she's murderous, vengeful, and monstrous, but a girl has to look good, too. Pity her a bit. Titus chopped up her sons and baked them in a pie. Then he invited her to dinner. Oh, sorry, the dismemberment theme again. Alas, it's rather unavoidable when discussing Titus Andronicus, forming, as it does, a large part of the image structure of the play.
The piece is knit with two strands of stainless steel-wool yarn which creates a malleable, shape-shifting fabric, with a few beads for a bit of sparkle and shine.
|Tamara's Torc of Vengeance|
And, if you are like me, and sometimes have such a bad hair day that you need a disguise, then the Tamora Torc of Vengeance is just the ticket.
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