Copyright Notice


Please note that the artwork and photographs used in this blog belong to me and should not be reproduced or used without my permission. Thank you.

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Free Motion Stitching Experiment

As part of the online course I'm doing at the moment, we had to do some free motion stitching.  These are a few of my experimental pieces from yesterday:-

The small piece at the bottom is 5 pieces of white tissue paper machine stitched; the piece on the right hand side has bark paper on the bottom, followed by a piece of fancy, sparkly paper and a piece of crinkled voile on the top, all free motion stitched.  The longer panel is 5 pieces of white tissue paper stitched into a grid pattern, which formed a lovely surface upon which to stitch so I decided to embroider some flowers in the colours of the page it is to be mounted on.


The panel with a little more embroidery - not quite finished yet.


I have a few more ideas of layers that might be good stitched together, which I will try next.


2 comments:

Tina @ TinyBear Studio said...

Those pieces are so beautiful and delicate. I cans ee some endless possiblities white these. Looks like an awesome course. Love the layers.

Karen Ruane said...

these are beautiful samples....