Friday, 5 March 2010

Leafing into Spring: Part III

Further to this...

The first panel for the front of my next bag is done. Right now I'm stitching it onto the second panel, a biscuit colored natural canvas fabric, (which was part of a package that my design partner Megan sent me at the end of last year. A package which began this blog as a matter of fact!), that will provide a border and break up the cream on cream in a gentle way, because the actual shell of the bag is a vanilla-colored velveteen. There's So, it's back to pale neutral toned cloth again! The next one will be brighter. I promise.


Finished applique panel, 21 x 23.5 cm. Hand embroidered.

Makes me think of something, but I don't want to mention what, because I want to hear what it makes you think of first!


arlee said...

islamic rain :}

Catherine V. Bainbridge said...

Damn, how did you get that!

Jacky said...

Wonderful organic feel to this panel. Lovely how the leaves have transformed to look like rain drops.

I love the simplicity (which I know has taken hours of stitching) in this piece.

Jacky xox

Anonymous said...

rain leaves earth refreshed :-)

Anonymous said...

rain, leaves: earth refreshed.
That's what I meant.

jude said...

so much growth here.

Catherine V. Bainbridge said...

Thanks everybody.

Kaye I like both of these... and how about ""

Jude... hopefully not over grown!

Mnemosyne said...


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