Thank you’s and Goodbye’s

Intricate Threads

As I mentioned to you before, how smitten I am about the backs of my pieces. I can still see faces and they are so intricately abstractive and the tiny loose and tided strings just make me so happy. Whenever I start a new thread and end off a thread, I never tie it off at the back. Theoretically I know this isn’t 100% correct but I know that’s what creates the fascinating backgrounds. The other thing that I am not precious about, is jumping from zone to zone even if it is from one side to the other. Again, I know this isn’t 100% correct but I’m so okay with that. Please keep me posted on your beautiful creations, front and back.

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Now what….

Now that we have all these beautiful creative stitching pieces lying around our studio table, what do we do with them.

I have kept some of mine in their embroidery rings, some of them in antique looking ornamental rings and some I’ve had professionally framed, exposing the front and backs. There are actually so many little things you can do with your tiny works that are visually pleasing. They make exquisite gifts too.

I can’t wait to see what you do with your beautiful images and I really can’t wait to see where your stitching takes you.


 

Wrapping up - now what

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Wrapping up - Thank you and Goodbye

 
 

I can’t thank you enough for being here and having the courage to take this journey with me. I so appreciate you taking the time to slow down, breath deeply and slowly stitch with me.

What a gift - thank you!

 
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