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Monday, 2 March 2009

Blossom Brooches

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Over the weekend I made these brooches.
My starting point was pictures of tree blossoms and I played around with different views.
I settled on this angle, as if I was sitting in the branches!
They almost became abstract in design and definitely a Japanese feel to them.
I have also started on a another landscape embroidery which I hope to show you in the week.




15 comments:

Ulla said...

Hello!
I found you via November Moon! Your work is wonderful and a tonic for wet winters...
Ulla

The Weaver of Grass said...

I would so love to learn how to make these brooches - do wish you could run an on-line class - I am sure you would get enough takers to make it worth while.

Alex Mason said...

They look gorgeous, i love the angles you have chosen xx

Gina said...

Beautiful work as always.

Textile Art Showcase said...

These are lovely. Like plum and almond blosson - as seen at this time in China and Japan.

cocoa and blankets said...

what beautiful work...I would to know how to make them....thank you for the comment on our newly discovered woods...I cant wait to see the bluebells when they come out...your blog is lovely I will certainly pop in again....

PICCALILY & BLOSSOM said...

Just DIVINE.... I was so excited by what I have just seen and as it echoes my blog namesake I felt compelled to make a purchase. Hurrah for the beautiful blossom broach. How exciting Sam x

acornmoon said...

I agree with Weaver, maybe you should do one of those "you tube" things?
I am intrigued to see how you create your artworks. I love anything Japanese and blossom always reminds me of that.

Kitty said...

They are so beautiful. x

Kel said...

These colors are fantastic!!

karen said...

Kayla. You are so productive! Love the brooches.

mimilove forever said...

coo'ee! I love the blossomy brooches..you can almost smell the Spring...top stitching as ever! x:)

CAROLYN said...

Your brooches are so beautiful and perfect for Spring

Carolyn x

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Hello from Michigan. I think your blooms brooches are truly lovely. Hugs Judy

Fioleta said...

They are beautiful and perfect for the start of spring.