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Friday, 31 October 2008

Art In Miniture

Art in miniture


Hand and machine stitches


Painting in detail








Taking ideas from my sketch book





More stitching on this


I have been working on my stitching this week fitting it around children and visiting friends.

On Wednesday and Thursday I had two children's craft sessions to run at the local leisure centre.
We made Halloween inspired necklaces on one session and masks on the other.
Seeing the children so happy and eager made me want to continue with my own work when I got home.
I am a very visual person and always need to work my ideas out in my sketch book first.
I have never been able to follow a pattern , in fact I'm hopeless.
I have to make my own up.
Tonight there will be no sewing as I'm off to see the new James Bond film.
Sewing can wait for Daniel Craig!
Lastly I must say thank you to Tricia who has given me an award.x














13 comments:

Tricks said...

Hi again,
I love the way that you have framed your little miniature. It is just so very very perfect and the colours are delicious together! I am becoming a great fan of your work, that's why I sent the award, glad that you are pleased with it. Enjoy your film, BW Triciax

Tricks said...

Hi again,
I love the way that you have framed your little miniature. It is just so very very perfect and the colours are delicious together! I am becoming a great fan of your work, that's why I sent the award, glad that you are pleased with it. Enjoy your film, BW Triciax

Gina said...

I love the miniature stitched pictures. Enjoy James Bond!

hens teeth said...

I do love what you do.

afiori said...

Lovely artwork!!

♥ visit me at www.afiori.com

farawayme said...

I love the little sewn tree on purple felt. Gorgeous!

PICCALILY & BLOSSOM said...

Hi Kayla, Again apologies not sure I caught your name in previous posts. Your work is truly divine....well done you for fitting it in to your busy week.

I am back to school Monday and although i love it, I will be sad to be torn away from my room with textile goodies :(.
Sam x

pRiyA said...

i stumbled on this blog because i liked the name and then i see this mind blowing stitching. never ever in my life did i know stitching could produce such gorgeous work such as yours. (but then i don't know anything about needlework).
beautiful!

'fancypicnic' said...

Hey, Miss Bond - love that miniature! As tricks said, so very very perfect. Such a talent...I'm so jealous xx

Gunnels blog said...

I love your miniembroidery! Thanks for sharing !!!

acornmoon said...

It is so fascinating to see the way you work, I am intrigued by your sewing machine foot!

mimilove forever said...

beautiful as ever!

Sylvie Van Hulle said...

Hi, I really love your embroideries, especially the colors, these are really my favorites!