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Sunday, 5 April 2009

Finished Landscape


Yesterday I finished my landscape at a visit to the Leamington Spa Embroiderer's Guild, Bring and finish day.
I have never been to a Embroidery Guild meeting before and everyone was so lovely.
Thanks to Helen who took me along, I'm hoping she will start a blog soon so you can see her beautiful felt work.She has just emailed me to say she started her blog today,if you have time pop over and say hello http://nellpennystitch.blogspot.com/.
I also must mention my friend Annabel Rainbow who apart from having a fantastic name, makes inspiring art quilts, do check out her blog.
I have to thank blogging for bringing us together, she only lives up the road from me and I met her and her husband for the first time on Friday at an exhibition.
I promised myself to get some house work done today, failed again!

31 comments:

meplusmolly said...

It looks fantastic!
fabulous colours and such textures ;0

Talking Horses Arts said...

Just gorgeous!!
The colors are awesome!
Love it, love it...
Andrea.

Mona van dijk said...

I would like to have a walk through your landscape i love it so much!

greetings from Oz!

Heather said...

I think it is far more important that you make gorgeous landscapes like this one, than do boring old housework - anyone can do that! I love the piece of work you've used for your header - such beautiful colours and textures.

Kitty said...

It's absolutely beautiful. x

Gina said...

Your landscape is beautiful. Why would you want to do housework when you can do things like this!

silverpebble said...

Wow, such gorgeous spring-like colours and a slightly swirly windy-ish spring day too, by the looks of things x

WEST COUNTRY BUDDHA said...

Thanks for the lovely mention and the link Kayla. It was great to meet you and your husband too, and looking forward to seeing you again very soon, and having a chat and a closer look at that lovely landscape. x

karen said...

Hi! I have given you an award, no obligation to do it if you don't want!

Gunnels blog said...

It´s look wonderful! Have a nice Easter !

Victoria said...

Wow! Your works are like little stitched van Gogh's!
Beautiful!

Lynn said...

I love seeing the wind blow in this piece! Beautifully done.
Thanks for the hook up with the new blogger/felter too. ;-)

Hens Teeth said...

Hi M,
Absolutely divinely gorgeous!

Just think of all the friends that have been made through blogging!

skippinginthemeadow said...

It's really, really Beautiful! The colours are so dreamily wonderful.
Sumea

Art4Sol said...

It's a beauty....maybe I'll see if there's a guild here..it could be fun. Have a great week.

Mieke said...

This is so great...LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!

Raph G. Neckmann said...

Hello - I'm visiting via Acornmoon's blog. I love your work, especially 'There is Magic in Trees'!

Alex Mason said...

It looks beautiful xx

lou said...

WOW, it is absolutely stunning!
I must show my mum your beautiful work!
Have a lovely Easter-love Lou xxx

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Hello Kayla, Your wool felted landscape is stunning. It has a very inspiring Spring look. Hugs Judy

cocoa and blankets said...

stunning....as always....you are so clever.....love and hugs H

karen said...

there's definitely no shame failing at housework!! I do it all the time!

Grammatically Delicious Designs said...

I just found you through a comment you left at fancypicnic. I love the work you do. Very, very beautiful. AND, you procrastinate house work too. Perfect. Come visit me sometime. I am going to follow you.

Danielle

The Weaver of Grass said...

A per fect example of how blogging helps us to share our work and gain inspiration from others. Shall go and look at that blog now.

mimilove forever said...

oooo it really is exquisitely atmospheric missis...outstandign work AGAIN! X;)
Happy Easter!
xxx

Jackie said...

Oh wow! This is absolutely stunning. Well done.

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

Just popped over to wish you a Very Happy Easter, best wishes, Carolyn :o)

Nell Penny Stitch said...

Lovely to see it finished (and can say so now I've worked out how to comment!) Happy Easter!

jan said...

Very beautiful! love the colours.

Julie said...

Life's too short for housework! Beautiful and wonderful colours.

Mermaids Purse said...

I love the texture in this one and such pretty colours too!