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white anemones embroidery

white anemones embroidery

{Self Portrait, Johnny} embroidery  Effie Jessop effiejessop.co.uk/  The slow rhythm of needle through fabric brings me immense satisfaction. To stitch something is to make a declaration of its worth by virtue of the time spent. I sew as an expression of love. I have always been fascinated by language, and in my work I am particularly interested in the written communication of text messages.

{Self Portrait, Johnny} embroidery Effie Jessop effiejessop.co.uk/ The slow rhythm of needle through fabric brings me immense satisfaction. To stitch something is to make a declaration of its worth by virtue of the time spent. I sew as an expression of love. I have always been fascinated by language, and in my work I am particularly interested in the written communication of text messages.

I ❤ beadwork, stumpwork & embroidery . . . Garden of Delight Needle Case. Each book is something totally unique and incredibly beautiful. Tiny stitches, stump work, beads and a button adorn each book. ~By Jill Verbick, Fiberluscious

I ❤ beadwork, stumpwork & embroidery . . . Garden of Delight Needle Case. Each book is something totally unique and incredibly beautiful. Tiny stitches, stump work, beads and a button adorn each book. ~By Jill Verbick, Fiberluscious

Helen Richman combines her love for wildlife and embroidering in her work. Helen first draws her design onto tissue paper to tack it onto white felt, with the resultant tacking stitches becoming her guide. She then employs a hand embroidery technique called “silk shading” using stranded cotton threads. Each needle will have one strand and Helen will have up to 10 needles being used at the same time. She then builds up the texture and colour of the fur slowly, creating a few stitches at a…

Helen Richman combines her love for wildlife and embroidering in her work. Helen first draws her design onto tissue paper to tack it onto white felt, with the resultant tacking stitches becoming her guide. She then employs a hand embroidery technique called “silk shading” using stranded cotton threads. Each needle will have one strand and Helen will have up to 10 needles being used at the same time. She then builds up the texture and colour of the fur slowly, creating a few stitches at a…

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