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Tuesday, 20 January 2009

Drawing,Painting And Stitching.







A busy week, sketching.

Trying out pattern ideas with stitches.
Working from my sketch book.
I wanted to try working on some small pictures.
So I decided to use my colourful sketch of woodland.
This one measures 11.5 cm by 15cm.
I will continue with a few more hand stitches, I'm just going with flow and I'm not sure yet how I will display it.
I have noticed that it's getting slightly lighter in the evenings, at last!










12 comments:

Gina said...

The woodland drawing makes a beautiful stitched picture.

Sylvie Van Hulle said...
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Talking Horses Arts said...

OOh Kayla, you are so talented and I envy you soo much for it...really ...sorry just had to say that. Your sketches are always so alive!
Thanks for sharing!
Andrea.

Jackie said...

This is lovely work. I like the way tou put it on the sewing machine to give it scale. We have the same machine. Simple but sturdy.I love it.
I stitched through some self adhesive velcro patches recently though and nearly wrecked it. The glue was so sticky it stuck to the needle and went down into the 'mysterious area' underneath.

Kitty said...

I am totally in love with that little turquoise tree on blue background. x

Alex Mason said...

I so love the little tree, its beautifull! xx

acornmoon said...

you drawing is great, maybe you should sell prints on Etsy?

Lauren said...

My brooch arrived in today's mail -- it's even better in person! Your stitchwork is GORGEOUS. Thank you for wrapping it so nicely too. It's made my day!

Sara Lechner said...

i like very much your trees interpretation.

Judy Scott said...

Hello there, so glad you left a comment ~ it means I was able to find you! What wonderful work you do, the trees are amazing and the colours so rich, off to explore some more ~ Judy :)

Lynn said...

I like this new look...and yes, I see the sketchbook painting come alive on the fabric. Is it wool?
Very very good work...love all the stitches and thread colors.

Kayla coo said...

Thanks so much for your comments and yes the embroidery is on pure wool Lynn.x