"Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I will
meet you there."
Wow - those look absolutely amazing. I'm rather wistful about not being able to join in the class ... looks like you're having a wonderful time :)
The work you are doing in this class is just amazing. They look as fine as antique pieces I had the pleasure of seeing in the collection of the Phila Mus of Art when I interned there in college. So wonderful to see artists like yourself carrying on the tradition of really fine hand sewing. Me--I'm learning to make big and bold stitches in Arlee's class.
oooh! thanks for the reminder! i haven't done these is years... now i've got all sorts of alternative ideas cross-pollinating a la jude!namaste'
Deanna, the buttons are going to be so amazing! Your stitching is so beautiful. Well done!
Wow, Deanna : they get better and better .... Must be great fun to do !(are you taking Karen's next course ...?)
Deanna, I just love how you incorporate the lace and embroidery into one. Looking forward to the gorgeous button you are making - Enjoy the rest of your weekend - Hugs Nat
Lots of fun stuff here!
Bever enough praise for your careful handiwork-Your Buttons are Buttons like Buttons oughta be!!!!!!So here's Bob Hope, Roy Rodgers and Jane Russellsinging 'Buttons and Bows' just for you from the 1952oh so technicolor western "Son of Paleface" (tee he)--
abd--because I omitted the link in that comment--here it is--http://youtu.be/7v3d_lJ6UKk
So beautiful. They are so intricate! I'm going to have to take a class of hers.
I love the detail of the stitches, what thread are you using for those bullion knots (sorry, you've probably already said and I missed it!)?
Beautiful stitching! (I am such a fan of Karen's work, and can only imagine how wonderful her class must be!)
Wow Deanna these are amazing! So many tiny beautiful stitches!
Deanna, I love them! Do you use a magnifier of any sort? I don't think I could do this with my bare eyes but on the same note, I don't think my fingers could do this either!! They are beautiful.
so incredible! i need to learn tatting now... so much fun seeing your projects deanna!
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