Tuesday, 4 April 2017

One tree and some flowers picture

Hello. I think I have done enough on this now. I don't think more stitching will make it any better. It was supposed to be a woodland but I stopped at one tree. I wasn't going to put glass in it because the texture shows up more without it. I took the photo's without, then put the glass in, and decided it looked better so left it in. It's 15.5 inches square including the frame. 

I think the gold frame suits it fine, there are small roses around the inside edge.











Time to move on to something else.

Thanks for popping in, we'll catch up soon.
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31 comments:

  1. Looks beautiful, Ilona. Like a lot of work has gone into it and I love the colours and the texture. If it hadn't got glass over it, I'd want to touch it each time I walked past! Look forward to seeing the next project. Louise (from your old town) : )

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  2. That is fantastic Ilona. You need the glass it will protect your work from dirt and dust and moisture in the air etc. xxx

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  3. love the texture in this one Ilons. looks great

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  4. I love this...you have inspired me to try a project like this, too.

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  5. Beautiful, your creations are very much like impressionist paintings in thread. Loads of talent!

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  6. Very beautiful. I love the spring colors and the wonderful textures. It's obvious that you put many hours of work into it. The little roses along the edge of the frame set it off very nicely.

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  7. This is just beautiful. I love the tree bark and the drifts of flowers. I hope you get a chance to display it when there is another local show.

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  8. Very nice. I like how the stitching provides direction and moves the eyes.

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  9. The detail you've created is simply beautiful ... I love the flowers, simply amazing.
    Elaine

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  10. This is absolutely gorgeous Ilona and I'm sure looks even better in reality than in the photographs - well done. Kristel

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  11. Your tree in woodland picture is animated like a walk through .It really is very special x

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  12. I enjoyed these photos more than I can say. Just a truly beautiful picture. The background, texture, and stitch detail come together perfectly. Sheri

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  13. Well done, once again! It's a delight. JanF

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  14. It looks like a forest in spring, the fresh green leaves on the tree and the little flowers on the ground. Marvellous!

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  15. I love all the colors!

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  16. Wow!I just love the drifts of french knot flowers. A Lot of lovely needlework in it. Congratulations on your artist journey.

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  17. I love it! Well done again! :)

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  18. That is really beautiful.
    Arilx

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  19. That is truly beautiful. How talented you are. I look forward to your next project.

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  20. So beautifully done and so wonderfully colourful. I love the frame to, it goes together so well.

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  21. These are gorgeous! Did you use French knots on the flowers? You are very talented.

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    1. Hi. Yes, they are French knots. Thank you.

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  22. A truly beautiful labor of love.

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  23. It's beautiful. Congratulations.

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  24. As with many things, knowing when to stop is the key! I particularly like the bark of your tree.
    Gill

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  25. I love this picture. i would hang it on my workroom wall. It's lovely and well crafted.
    x

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  26. This is just superb! Love the colors and textures. I think you had fun doing this.

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  27. Hi Ilona, I follow your blog regularly, and am also a bit of a mean queen! I have never been inspired to comment before but I really want to say that your latest needlework picture is truly stunning,you really should think about ETSY, I think pieces like that would sell well, well done and thanks for sharing Cxx

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