"I just want to touch it!
Beautiful work, lovely unique piece! You have so much texture going on and wonderful colors set in the butterfly, makes one want to pick it up and touch it as the visual isn't enough and you want all your sensories to…"
All of them, love to learn new and improve on the old.
Where did you learn your textile skills?
Self taught since I was small with sewing and embroidery. Got heavy into quilting since 1986 and have taken numerous quilt classes and have joined numerous quilt guilds. Currently i am a freelance Lady working with Fiber Arts in general to expand my creativity as color and textures are my passion!
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Thanks for your comment about "birds" OwlBe. To find out more and see this piece in progress, please visit my blog, weefolkstudio.com. My approach to working is always experimental and each new design requires devising a different technique. Pure play!
Hi Owlbe, thanks for your kind words about my needlecase. That I did without a patern just trying to capture the flowers with different stitches. It was my first attempt to do it this way and i really enjoyed makeing it
The peacock i made from a freebie on this blog: vintage-spice-everything-nice.blogspot. The freebie is put on line on july 23 2011. there are 3 very nice peacocks there.
I am pretty impressed by your goldwork beetle, great work!!!!!!!