Monday, March 4, 2013
End of the Day in the Enchanted Forest
Labels: CESP, embroidery, wool
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What a delight this piece is.After the week I've had, an escape into this enchanted world is wonderful!I can't believe more people haven't come to your blog to see your enchantments.ReplyDelete
Well Judy I am glad that you have come to visit my blog! We have each created our own enchanted worldsDelete
I so agree with Judy, you put me in a fantasy land this morning, just what I needed. Beautifully stitched tooReplyDelete
Thank you Margaret. I have enjoyed yours and Judy's company and support throughout this project.Delete
Thank you, thank you both
Oh, it's just wonderful, Janet! Such an inspiration!ReplyDelete
Another loyal supporter I am grateful for!
This is truly an epic work of beauty and complexity. I am both awed and inspired by the amazing work of art you have created here.ReplyDelete
Please, PLEASE, upload a high resolution scan or picture of the entire completed work so we may marvel at your lovely details.
I have just posted what I hope are better photos. Thanks for asking. Let me know if they give you the detail you want.
Well I have to enjoyed seeing your world come to life but I think you need to rethink it a bite there is space for just a bite more say a figure of your best friend Brian in the shadow in the back ground. just a thought. As always love your work and think you are a rock start in the fabric world. The Crazy Haberdasher Brian Haggard.ReplyDelete
Always good to hear from you. Can't wait for your next open house!
We are finally starting our classes and I can wait to show everyone our new place to work it is on March 24th from 12:00 to 4:00 would love to see you and Chris at the Habadasher Studio untill them my friend keep stitchen.....ReplyDelete