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25 May 2014

Stitched postcard

Here it is - damp stretched - (Hi Karen, thanks for this great hint)

There are some backstitches on top, made of wonderful silk from
Stef Francis, UK. I will take them off - no relevance - although a pity.
 

I show you still the eucalpytus flower in detail

a hint of Shirley (thanks to Towoomba)


 

The class is going on.

 

10 comments:

  1. Love this little stitchery.

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  2. You have made good use of what you have learned at Sharon's class. It's a beautiful piece and I like that the leaf is extending outside the frame.

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  3. This ius just beautiful Anneliese, congratulations.

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  4. what a wonderful piece, Sharon is teaching you so well, should have signed up but too late for that. Here in UK we have a technique called calico gardens which is very similiar

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  5. I love your stitches, I'm doing also the course. You can take a look on my weblog.

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  6. This reminds me of the Pebble Adventure, Anneliese! So earthy and love the stitches, the colours. Very nice!

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  7. This reminds me of the Pebble Adventure, Anneliese! Love the colours and the stitching. Very nice!

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  8. oooh - this is just beautiful. Great job Anneliese. Your colours are sublime. I just visited your previous post and none of the photos would come up for me. Something about Flickr did not want to show them to me :(

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  9. This stitching is so beautiful. Lovely eucalyptus leaves and flowers, and the colours are so beautiful. Love it.

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