I really love the two tats that I have now. I really want more, but I also like to get ones that mean something to me because they're with you forever. I am also an avid cross-stitcher. My grandmother taught me and it is just what I love. I know it isn't popular and a lot of people associate it with being "old", but that's OK. I want to get a tattoo that looks like a cross-stitch heart with the thread coming off it, still attatched to the needle. Then the needle would look like it was piercing my skin in a small spot, in one side and out the other. Little bit "graphic", but still totally my personality. I haven't said anything to my artist yet because I love him a lot but he is an asshole and if he thinks it's stupid he'll tell me so, and then I will feel really bad. So is it a totally stupid idea?
Asked by Anonymous at 9:57 PM on Mar. 27, 2009 in Beauty & Style
If you like it then there should be no issues. If there is a tattoo artist that doesn't want to do it...like a previous posters mentioned....screw them. A true tattoo artist will do to the best of their abilities, the artwork that you the customer wants. The only altering the artist will do is to tweak the design so it looks right as a tattoo....no blurred lines, fits the body part correctly. Any artist "too good" to do your tattoo is not good enough.....by the way, i think the idea is very cute. I am an avid cross stitcher/knitter/crocheter/crafter...my most favorite tattoo I have is a ball of yarn with knitting needles and a somewhat comical "vigin de guadelupe" light rays all around it!
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