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Tuesday, 9 March 2010

A Cornish Landscape










I spent most of Sunday stitching and completely neglected the house work!
You may remember the sketch I did in Cornwall on holiday near Bude, you can see it HERE.
This view is between Widemouth bay and Bude along the coastal road, on a very blowy day with the sun streaming out between the clouds.
I decided to work on a larger scale again, so this is working progress and there will be a lot more stitching to come.
The Sewing For Pleasure Show is on at the NEC Birmingham see Here, from the 25th to the 28th March.
I will be going on the Thursday and my work will be on display again on the Embroiderers Guild Stitch magazine stand.
I'm looking forward to seeing all the displays and demonstrations and of course the opportunity to purchase more threads!
Bye for now.x




19 comments:

jeane said...

this knocks me out Kayla - amazing!

Maria-Thérèse afiori.com said...

Incredible!!

Kaye Turner said...

beautiful work

Sarah said...

wow - talk about changing scales - teeeny tiny to massive! You are full of surprises!!!

Jasmine said...

Amazing work. So vivid. Very inspiring :)

Julie said...

Stunning work Kayla! I'm going to the Show on the Thursday too so I'll be sure to look out for your work :o)

Robin Olsen said...

You've captured the blowy day perfectly!

Corryna Janssen said...

This is absoluty beautiful work. I thought it had a smaller size, looking at the first pictures. Now I see how large it is. I just love it.

The WestCountryBuddha said...

I shall be going on the Thursday now as well because Warwickshire museum has it's opening night on the Friday. Even if we don't meet up, I shall look out for your work.

I absolutely love your new piece. I like the larger scale too...more work but what an impact!

Julia said...

Oh...this just takes my breath away!
The colours are stunning, I love the flow in your work and the detail is wonderful! Im looking forward to seeing the finished piece - Im sure it will go down a storm at the show!

Love it!
Julia x x xx

The Adventurous Art Teacher said...

Ooh la la, I just love it! your just amazing:)

JP said...

it is beautiful

Nina E Jørgensen said...

just so beautiful!

acornmoon said...

Wow, What an accomplishment, well done.

When I first viewed your photograph I thought you were stitching "a coat of many colours".

TIFLIN ART & TEXTILES said...

Hi Michala,
Lucky me I will see your fantastic work again at the N.E.C. I will be going on Friday. Carol

Heloise said...

So very beautiful. I hope that the show went well.

cardinal arts said...

so lush and beautiful!

AdeleSews said...

AMAZING!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!

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super! beautiful work