The norse goddess Frigg with her confidant the goddess Fulla, she is Frigg's handmaiden, Fulla wears a golden ribbon about her head; she carries Frigg's chest, takes care of her shoes and knows her all of her secrets.
Frigg is Goddess of the sky, marriage, motherhood, love, fertility, and the domestic arts. She and Freyja are the two most important Goddesses in the Norse pantheon. She is the patron Goddess of spinners and weavers, and she spins the clouds in the sky. Frigg is attended by twelve handmaidens: Eir, Fulla, Gefjon, Gná, Hlín, Lofn, Saga, Sjöfn, Snotra, Syn, Vár, and Vör. Her name means “beloved one”.
Frigg on Her Throne, artist unknown c.1850 In Norse mythology, Frigg or Frigga was said to be "foremost among the goddesses," the wife of Odin, queen of the Aesir (one of the two pantheons of gods in Norse mythology, the other being the Vanir), and Goddess of the Sky - the air and the clouds. One of the �synjur, she is a goddess of fertility, love, household management, marriage, motherhood, and domestic arts.
FRIGG - she is ODIN's wife. She is the ASYNJUR goddess of marriage, motherhood, managing the household, and keeper of the domestic arts. She has the power of prophecy, but she does not tell what she knows. FRIGG is attended by twelve handmaidens: EIR, FULLA, GEFJON, GNA, HLIN, LOFN, SAGA, SJOFN, SNOTRA, SYN, VAR, and VOR.