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Monday, 21 March 2011

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The Landscapes are growing, not in quantity but in size.
I have been working on this one for months, it has engulfed me both physically and mentally.
Last weekend I did manage a few days away staying with my sister and enjoyed an evening at The Royal Albert Hall.
We saw the opera Madame Butterfly, which was extremely beautiful and moving.

This week I will continue working on the piece above and also another larger textile wall hanging.

23 comments:

The Weaver of Grass said...

I am so pleased to read your blog again and to see that you are attempting something large - much more difficult I think but maybe the natural extension to your skills do you think?

Jeane said...

absolutely amazing :)

Twiglet said...

Oh my goodness - I had no idea it was so large!! Keep at it - I am sure it will be well worth all your effort!

Katie said...

ooh, that is large! good luck gal- I'm sure it will be gorgeous!!

ColourFly said...

This is really BIG! And a lot of work. But I am sure it will be really stunning!!!!

Gina said...

Wow! That's huge... and stunning! Reminds me of Alice Kettle seeing your work sprawled across your sewing machine like that!

cardinal arts said...

oh my gosh! that looks amazing!! and rather difficult to maneuver
glad things are going well - and nice to have a bit of time off to recharge

Karen L R said...

oh. my. goodness.

what an amazing project!

Loryan said...

Magnifico!!!
Mitica Kayla!...
Un abbraccio

Fioleta said...

It looks huge. Will be interesting to see it once it is finished.

Helen Suzanne said...

this looks immense! such a size! it will be amazing when you've stitched it.

Rachel said...

It looks huge! Many interesting challenges, too, I hope?

Jackie said...

That IS big! I feel for you...working so hard. I hope it still excites you with all the pressure its easy to get jaded, but it looks as if your work is just getting better and better!

Bozena Wojtaszek said...

Oh my, you can hardly find a place to sit to sew :)
I would be "eaten" by such a huge work.

Melody said...

That is absolutely amazing....

Melody said...

Gorgeous and inspiring in both beauty and size

Tammie said...

wow wow! Such an amazing and huge piece! I can see why it is inside you!! beautiful!

Julia said...

I can't believe the size of your latest piece of work..incredible!! I'm blown away and can't wait to see the outcome.

Julia x

Gillian and Kirsty said...

Hello! Just dropping by to say hi. Hope all good with you. :) Kirsty

Martine said...

difficult to work such a grand scale but then..... beauty needs suffering?
XXXm

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

Have a lovely Easter weekend Michala
Spring blessings
Carolyn ♥

rosiepink said...

I feel exhausted just looking at the size of that piece of work under your sewing machine! Looking forward to seeing a complete image of it.

Alexi said...

Wow! looks great