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Monday, 27 July 2009

The World Is Full Of Stitches




With the weather so, well rubbish actually, I have been stitching away.
Another landscape to add to my collection.
I must say thank you to a few other stitchers,



cathy cullis for including me in some of her wonderful mosaics.

Kirsty from Me plus Molly who very kindly donated feathers,beads and other lovely things to the school I work at.

Carolyn from Love Stitching Red who tagged me, for six summer sillies, Carolyn, I can't think of anything except embarrassing my children by dancing!!
I hope the sun is shining soon, it would be nice to do a bit of outside painting.
Have a good week.x




16 comments:

The Weaver of Grass said...

It is good to see the piece actually under the Bernina (my favourite of all machines I have ever owned). Tell me - how much does your piece of work get distorted during its creation - and do you stretch it afterwards to get it into shape.

Kayla coo said...

Hi weaver,
The work will distort slightly but I work my landscape into it so it becomes part of the piece.
I like irregular shapes.
I love my Bernina too it took me years to get it!

karen said...

well, this piece is truly beautiful and I want to know, as I have the exact same machine, why can't I do that?

Terri Stegmiller said...

Wow, this is an absolutely gorgeous work of art!

Jackie said...

The atmosphere in your latest pieces is just magical.

Melody said...

This is gorgeous........

BUMBLE BEANS said...

this is new to me! Wow! how cool so that! didn't think to ever do that! your amazing at it!
I learned something new today! yippeee!

ColourFly said...

Your landscapes are absolutly stunning!

AeFondKis said...

Really am impressed by your creation!
Linda

Trekky said...

Gorgeous intricate stitching! The stitched lines really draw you in to the central tree. Beautiful!

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Kayla, your work is sooo very lovely. Come to Michigan our weather is wonderful and sunny. Hugs Judy

Cathy Cullis said...

Your work is consistently beautiful and uplifting! thank you for the mention.... Have a good week too x

Titus said...

Wow Kayla, just popped over from The Weaver, and I am in awe! While I'm passing through, would you be interested in a collaboration with some poets and a sculptor? I'll be back!

wandar-wanda said...

Kayla , beautiful and me live your work,
many hugs,W-M

Janine said...

How absolutely amazing your work is! I am in awe!

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

A very lovely summer silly!

I'm loving your blog xxxxx