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Friday, 19 September 2008

Embroidery

Couching threads

Movement and stitches


Using different threads



A Stitched Art Cloth
This I confess to making while I was expecting my daughter who is now 13!
EEK! time flys.
The great thing about blogging is I can share work that has never seen the light of day so to speak!
I have to get more brooches sewn, I have had a few orders recently which I really must get busy with.
Enjoy your sewing or painting.
Bye for now.






12 comments:

karen said...

love all these colours and textures, so touchable! If only!

paulahewitt said...

wow - i love the movement in the couched lines. great.

Gunnels blog said...

Beautiful embroiderys! Both textre and colours! well done!

Jackie said...

Its lovely work even if it is old..I do it all the time!

ethel and edna's tearoom said...

OMG! That is so beautiful. I love the dense stitchery and the movement is fab.

'fancypicnic' said...

If I was less of a lady (ah-hem!), I'd be using expletives now...so gorgeous!!

little love blue said...

beautiful

Gina said...

That is beautiful!

mimilove forever said...

There is absolutely nothing I do not love about your work...and I may have said that many times before, but it bears reapeating!

Top stitching madam!x:0)

JennyTheArtist said...

wow! your stitching is so intricate and beautiful. I would love to learn how you do this! I'm a new fan...

acornmoon said...

This is so lovely, I wonder if you have ever thought of sending a photograph/print/cd to a greeting card company. This world make a beautiful image as a Christmas card don't you think? It is now possible to emboss a print to look like stitching, just a thought.

annewebb said...

all of those pieces are just calling out to be touched... so beautifully textural. Nice work!