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Saturday, 9 March 2013

Mastering the Art of Embroidery - Part 2 (pop those corks)

Look what just landed on my doorstep!

* T A D A *


This book is HUGE.  I had no idea it would be this big.  Inside nearly 300 pages are instructions and gorgeous photos from stitchers around the world.

I'm there!  : )

The book is by Sophie Long.  Sophie is a graduate of the Royal School of Needlework in the U.K. and was one of the chosen embroiderers to work of the royal wedding gown of Kate Middleton.  Today is her big book launch in England.  I'm so proud of her!  I feel so honored to have been included in this book.  (I must say I have NO regrets with posting images of my work on Flickr - that's how I was found by her book scouts.)

Sophie told me there were a couple of images of mine that were used but she didn't say which ones.  OH THE SUSPENSE!  Then a friend of mine here in Saskatoon emailed to say she bought this book at McNally Robinson's last month and saw three photos of my work in it.  !?  Clearly - I was the last to know.  I flipped backwards through the book and found two little images of my work.  (Thank you Sophie for spelling my name correctly!)

Spring Greens, sold last year at Gardenscape

Spring on the Prairie, 2010 - my first piece of art!  I have this one in my studio.

Both of those little images are in Chapter 7 - Free Motion Embroidery.  Sweet.  There are 2 sections to the book - hand embroidery and machine embroidery.  From goldwork to digitized images... this book is COMPREHENSIVE!  That is something to celebrate.  Way to go Sophie!

I found a third image of mine in the pages on Beading.  Look!  Do you recognize it?  It was a commission from two years ago where a mom had me make a wall hanging out of her children's cloth carriers, booties. and other important items of hers.

the middle image is mine of Mandy's Tree!  (Mandy is going to flip!)

That is only half of it.  As it turns out, there are not 2 photos... or even 3.  In fact there are SIX images of my work in this book!  I think the one above was missed because people wouldn't recognize it as my current embroidery work.  I hope my quilt guild is proud of this!  Three images of my quilts were used in Sophie's book.  The wall hanging above, and look below!  There are two more.  Both are mine - and both were quite a surprise.  On the left is my Dresden sampler with my first quilting stitches after taking Debbie Bauman's class on Hand Quilting.  On the right is my second attempt at thread sketching from three years ago.  It's my boy Liam, fishing at the Forestry Farm Park & Zoo.  It's an 8x10 mini quilt.  Liam is terribly excited about this!  ; )

2 images of mine in Chapter 6 - Three Dimensional Embroidery

You knowing I'm saving the best for last?  Check this out.  Right at the beginning of the book you will find a 3x3" close up of my trademark canola field blown up to spread over two pages!  It is one of the larges images in the book.  Goodness me, that is like being under a microscope.  I was floored.  After all the excitement of perusing this book I had to lie down hand have nap!  I am not even kidding.  : )

Image of My Sweet Prairie, 2012 - art has sold and is currently residing in Calgary.

Of course, I'm over the moon!

* I think I'm over Jupiter too.*

You really need to see the other images too.  There are incredible works of stitched pieces by Japanese artists.  There are things with steampunk flare from the UK & USA.  There are simple, tasteful embroidered sketches.  There are the most incredible beaded cuffs I have ever seen.  There's an entire section on traditional whitework.  The stumpwork is fabulous - traditional and contemporary art.  I just think Sophie and her crew did such a great job.  It is beyond any expectations I had for this book.

the back cover of Sophie Long's Mastering the Art of Embroidery

You can find them at McNally Robinson's for just over $30CAD before tax.  I ensured that Winnipeg will have extra copies for when I'm there in May.  ChaptersIndigo does not have them on the shelves here in Saskatoon, but you can special order.  I ordered a large amount of these books for gifts - one for mom, 2 for some very noteable collectors of my art, and three for the libraries of the guilds I belong to.  Buying in bulk means that I got them for a good price.  If you live near me and can't get your hands on one, let me know.  If you are interested in a hardcopy signed by Sophie, go HERE to her webpage.  It will be about $70CAN with shipping. 

* * I have one softcover book in my hands that just might have your name on it.  * *
DID SOMEONE SAY BLOG GIVE-AWAY?

THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED>  CONGRATULATIONS MOLLY!


Yes!  Let's do this!  You know the drill:
Leave one comment with your email as one entry.  Please, only one entry per person.  However, if you follow my blog you can leave a second comment as a second entry.  Sound good?  I'll make a random draw by Tuesday midnight, and announce a winner on Wednesday March 14th.  I'm only giving one book away though - and I'll sign it on my section page if you like!  Good luck!


146 comments:

Leanne said...

How amazing, Monika! Not two, not three but six images! Obviously your talent is recognized, and the author and AD have good taste! I'd love a book, though I may never master the art of embroidery! inkspots@videotron.ca

Bonnie58 said...

Maybe first will be my lucky day. I would love to win a copy, Monika. I will definitely buy one if I don't. I really want to be able to show it to people and Say, See, I know her..... She's a wonderful artist. Thanks for the opportunity. Congrats again.

Belschwender said...

Have been following your work for over a year. Your style has matured but kept the freshness. I have a feeling greater things are to come for you. Would love to have the book as a reference but mainly because your work is illustrated in it. Wilma B

Karen said...

I am so, so, so, so proud of you and all your many accomplishments. This is a good reminder to always take good pictures of our work before it leaves our hands. Fabulous job, Monika.

Mouse Droppings Fine Folk Art said...

Pick Me Pick Me...you deserve this after all of your hard work. Susan

B J Elder said...

What a glorious surprise for you to have so many of your pieces included in the book... and to have "My Sweet Prairie' be given such a place of dignity! WooHoo! I am so happy for you. Of course I'd love to win the drawing for the book too. Sounds like it is a great one.

B J Elder said...

I do follow you blog - it's one I always look forward to read and drool over.

quiltmom said...

Monika- it looks like a fantastic book- a great set of eye candy and lots of wonderful ideas. A terrific resource I am sure.
Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful book.
Regards from Alberta,
Anna

quiltmom said...

I am a follower too- both your blog and on facebook- I love seeing your gorgeous pieces of art.
Regards,
Anna

Heather J said...

Monika, this book looks fantastic. Cheers

Heather J said...

I am a follower too of your blog. I enjoy seeing your work and photos.

Laurie Jensen said...

How exciting. I am just starting out on my embroidery voyage so this would be amazing.
laurielw@gmail.com

Laurie Jensen said...

I follow you on FB and on your blog.
laurielw@gmail.com

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

This is so amazing Monika.....and well deserved! How thrilling! Congratulations!

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

And , of course, I am a devoted follower...and love your work!

Four dogs and one quilter said...

Congratulations. I enjoy following your blog as I am a huge fan of your work.

Sheila said...

I would love to win this book , it truly looks amazing , thanks for the chance. Congrats to you , well deserved !

Sheila said...

I am a happy follower , love seeing your work.

Stilin Studio said...

How utterly awesome, Monika!! Congratulations!!!! I've been a fan of your work for ages, and aspire to make such beautiful pieces myself!

Stilin Studio said...

Yay, another post, and another chance, since I follow your blog, too! :-)

The Handmaden said...

How thrilling for you to be featured so much in what looks like a fabulous book! I'd love to win it, thanks for the opportunity :)
kelandpat@optusnet.com.au

The Handmaden said...

I'm a follower, so I get 2 entries, yay!
kelandpat@optusnet.com.au

MariQuilts said...

Congrats Monika....how wonderful!!!!

Ellie said...

How exciting - your work will be seen around the world. I am so pleased for you. What a lovely book too. I'd love to be in the draw for it :))
elliefar@hotmail.co.uk

Ellie said...

I'm happy to say that I am a follower too. :))

Leanne said...

It is wonderful to see your work in this book! I would love to have one to see in person, thank you for a chance to win.

Leanne said...

I do follow your lovely blog, congratulations on being in the book.

Heather Lair said...

Yeah Monika! You should be over the moon proud of this- the full page spread is enough to make you weep!!! Well done!
Congratulations!
Heather Lair
quilts@mts.net

Faith said...

I'm excited for you! It's wonderful, but not terribly surprising. You do good work! If I could afford to, I'd buy one of your pieces in a second. Since I can't, I enjoy the photos and look at them for inspiration.

I'd love a copy of the book. It'll go on my wish list if I don't win.

(airycat at airynothing.net)

I subscribe to you in my Google reader. I don't know if I "follow" you on Blogger or not. I don't see a "Follow me" button, except for e-mail and that would not work at all.

Barb said...

I am so looking forward to your show here in Winnipeg. Thanks for sharing your excitement with us all. I am now on the look out for the book at McNalley.

Judy Cooper Textile Images said...

Congratulations, Monika! That is just wonderful. As soon as you posted, I went on Amazon to check it out. I haven't ordered it yet. Maybe I'll wait to see if I get lucky here :)

Judy Cooper Textile Images said...

I also follow your blog.

ann said...

I get chills reading this. How amzing it must feel to be included in this book. Good on you Monica you have done "the colonies" proud.

Kirsten said...

Congratulations - the details of your embroidery are amazing!

Linda A. Miller said...

Congratulations, Monika, on your well deserved recognition!

Bernie said...

Monika,
Congrats! I would love to win this book. Maybe my emboidery would improve!
Bernie

Bernie said...

Monika,
As a regular blog follower (*alas who has no following herself) I am submitting a second one.
Bernie

Michelle V. Alkerton, mixed media artist said...

Wow, Wow, Wow, Wow and Wow! How incredible for you. Congratulations!!!
Stay inspired!

Ruby's Girl said...

Congrats! I am very proud of you.

Mertie said...

How exciting for you to be able to create the most amazing art and be recognized for what you do! Your joy is well earned as are your accolades.
I am trying to find my own way in this "artistic" world and am trying my hand at everything I can. Your type of art work is something I definitely want to try and hope I can be even half as good.
The book looks like an amazing addition to any library.
Congratulations!

elle said...

Wouldn't I just luv to have a copy of this book!!!

Joanne said...

How wonderful!! Congratulations! It looks like an amazing book. Thanks for giving a copy away.

Joanne said...

I am a follower.

elle said...

And because I follow I would like to see you autograph on that page! lol

Cori said...

Oooooh - so pretty!!! Please enter me :-)

Vanessa said...

What a fantastic Book. Congratulations!!!!
butterflyjones03 At Yahoo Dot COM
Vanessa

Margaret said...

I might just have to own this book -- whether I own it or buy it. And if we ever meet one day, I'll have to have your autograph to tuck inside!

Bravo!

P.S. Look and see if she's included RSN alumna Tanja Berlin in any of the pages. Tanja lives in and works from her home in Calgary.

Shena Meadowcroft said...

Congratulations of being featured on what appears to be a magnificent book on the art of the needle. I love seeing your work as it unfolds and it has inspired me to return to my own needlework. Thank you for the opportunity of winning this book!

jodypolowick said...

What an amazing book!

I would totally spread the joy if I won a copy of this book and make beautiful things for other people

jodypolowick@shaw.ca

Kitchener Quilter said...

I would totally love to have that book! Congratulations to you, and I get your excitement to see your art in print. Someday you'll have a book where all the art is yours!

Kitchener Quilter said...

You know I follow your blog. Love your work, and the prairies you represent.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Monika!! Wow!So many wonderful things happening in your world! You've earned it!
Long ago and far away, when I was a little girl, we listened to a kids' radio show on Sunday mornings.It was about a little girl named Maggie Muggins and her friend Mr. McGarrity. Each show ended with her saying, "I wonder what will happen tomorrow?" That's how I think of you! So very happy for you. Oh, by the way, I'd be honored to win your book!
Joyce H (in case there's more then one ;)

Sandy~Folkwood said...

Iwould love a copy of this book Monika! I'm nearly 50 and only just recently developed an interest in embroidery. Thank you for the lovely giveway :)

Sandy~Folkwood said...

Oh, and following your blog too!

Anonymous said...

Haha... I dnt want a copy. But huge thank u!

Sophie Long

Mimi said...

This is wonderful news Monika! You are so talented and your needlework exceptional... not at all surprised that you have been recognized!! Of course I would love to win this book and proudly you 'show off'!!
micheletimms at gmail dot com

sophielong said...

No Tanya isnt included in my book...her work is gorgeous!

Mimi said...

I am following you via GFC and FB!! Not missing a beat - thanks for the chance!

Vicki W said...

Monika, Congratulations! I am so happy to see your exquisite work recognized!

Ane Scherrer said...

Congratulations! The book is amazing! Thanks for sharing! anescherrer@gmail.com

Janet said...

I am super excited for you Monika! Congratulations. I feel like I know you a little bit because Dahn and I are friends and we exclaim over your work together. She's the thread painter though, I'm just a dabbler. But I do love hand embroidery. Please put my name in the hat for this book. Thanks.

Janet said...

And I am a follower.

Wendy said...

So amazing! So happy for you!2

Wendy said...

Also a follower!

Kit Lang said...

ZOMG, I'm so excited for you!!!! This is incredible!!! (and really, so well deserved.)

kit.lang.ltd@gmail.com

Kit Lang said...

And of COURSE I'm a follower. :)

arlee said...

!!!!!!!!! :)

!!!!!!!!! :)
Congrats!

Annette Schultz said...

way to go Monika!! Sew proud of you ... and please include me in your draw I would love to have the book. in stitches

shishie said...

How wonderful for you and so well deserved. I would love to win as well.

freesias said...

Congrats to you...I love your work and follow it avidly on FB page..well done.That book sounds and looks amazing :)

Tanzie said...

Your art work with fiber and fabric is amazing! I hope I win, but in case I do not, I need to get a whole title and ISBN so I can order the book... I get your blog on email..I just recently took myself off fb,,,:)

Kiwi said...

Oh congratulations Monika! How totally awesome. Kerrie

Patti said...

The book is so lovely and your artwork makes it just gorgeous! How amazing is that?! Much deserved! Congratulations!

Joan Bobyn said...

Whoop whoop!! Congratulations! What an honour, and so well-deserved. Your work is unique and exquisite. AND...you have put my beloved Saskatoon and Saskatchewan on the international map. So proud.

thesewinggeek said...

Wow! You must be over the moon!
You do such beautiful work, congratulations.
Well deserved recognition.
I will have to put this on my to buy wish list.
Jo in Niagara

Nurturingspace ca said...

Congrats. I'd love a copy.

thesewinggeek said...

Also I am a follower....but I will still follow you if I don't win a copy of the book but it would still be nice too!
I am actually starting a hand embroidered piece for the first time in years due to the inspiration from your blog and a few others.
Jo in Niagara

darcey said...

Well done, Monika. Your work is lovely and you deserve the recogntion.
Darcey

darcey said...

I have been a follower for a very long time. Again, well done.
Darcey

felicity said...

WOW! Congratulations on your well-deserved features in this lovely book!

felicity said...

i'm a follower of course!

scary fairy said...

well deserved accolades Monika.
Must be one of the nicest books out for a long time.

San @ Made in Hem said...

This is so cool! And well deserved! Your art-work rocks!!! ♥
I really want this book and give it a go here. Ha, I already put in on my wish-list at the Book Depository too! But a signed copy by you, that would be Amazing!!! :)

ela said...

A fantastic book and I say it again....... Monica, Your artwork is the most fantastic I´ve ever seen. It would be nice to have the book signed by you.

Elaine from Sweden

ela said...

And of course I´m a follewer of your blog and your Facebook page.

Elaine from Sweden

Molly said...

wonderful, monika! what an amazing journey you are on and how much fun it is to tag along and see what new adventures you are having! love it!
cheers!
molly

Stitchesmother said...

Well deserved, I' d say! Way to go!

Elizabeth Babyn said...

Congratulations! I am not surprised!

Leonie said...

Congratulations Monika. Well deserved! You must be thrilled and rightly so. All best wishes for future success.

Pauline G said...

This sounds like such a wonderful book - congratulations

Pauline G said...

Love your blog which I follow

Joy said...

Wow Monika - that is fantastic. Congratulations to you and so wonderful that so many can enjoy your talents. PCC is lucky to have you with us.

Wendy Ouellette said...

BRAVO! Well done! You should be over the moon!
Hand embroidery is my first love where needlework is concerned...I used to sit with my gran and stitch, while she did her "fancy work" as she called it. i Have been following your blog for several years now and have seen your growth and success. Way to go girl!
I would love to have this book!

Nancy Payne said...

Hi Monika,
Congratulations!Your artwork is amazing and you deserve to be part of this wonderful book.

Happy stitching!
trueladyp@yahooo.com

Nancy Payne said...

Oops! I noticed a typo in my email address! It should read trueladyp@yahoo.com. I'd love to win the book, but will purchase it if I don't.

Patsy Noyes said...

congratulations Monika! And thank- you for donating books to the guilds! Patsy

Jeane said...

Congratulation Monika! You are our pride of Saskatchewan's artists and Canada too. I am working on learning new embroidery stitches to put on quilts, so I would love to win a copy of this book.

Becky said...

Congrats! That is so amazing! Thanks for the give away!

tabascocatart.com said...

This is absolutely awesome!! You must be SO excitied...I would have to lie down too! I would have been hyperventilating I think.

Congratulations - you deserve it and I hope I win the give away!

tabascocatart.com said...

I am going for comment #2 - the book looks so fabulous I have to have it. As a life member of RSN it seems like a good thing to support the authro!

Jaclyn said...

Congratulations! Your work is simply beautiful.

Janie said...

I am so happy for you! You have a great eye for seeing beauty and it is reflected back in your stitching and photography. No wonder Sophie found you! A book everyone who stitches should have.
Janie

Janie said...

And I too look forward to My Sweet Prairie everyday.
Janie

liniecat said...

Very Many Congratulations!
And so well deserved recognition of your outstanding work.

liniecat said...

Ive been a follower for while : )

Yvette Niesel said...

Congrats, Monika! I think your work is super special. It doesn't surprise me that others recognize it, too. I'd love to win a copy of this book. :) yvette.niesel@gmail.com

Yvette Niesel said...

I follow by email, too. :)
yvette.niesel@gmail.com

Paige Mortensen said...

Congratulations Monika! You are an amazingly talented artist and I am continually inspired by your blog.

Coleen Adderley said...

Monika,

Your work is truly inspiring. Since the day I came across your blog I have not missed one since. You inspire me to a whole new level. I can only hope that my work will one day be as well sought after as yours, for that I am so proud that you are a Canadian! I think that your work speaks volumes to everyone who comes across it as clearly it did for Sophie Long. You deserve this! Well done!! :)

Coleen Adderley
quiltedreflections@gmail.com

Diane said...

The pictures are beautiful.
Congratulations!

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

Many congratulations ... I can feel the thrill of it ... it looks an amazing book and a real must have. I shall enjoy seeing your work in the book. With very best wishes to you

Carolyn - charleyarry23{at}aol.com

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

ps. I've been a follower of yours on flickr for quite some time and I love your work ... now a follower here ... best wishes, Carolyn - charleyarry23{at)aol.com

tremzzz said...

I would so enjoy having a copy of this book. f9vvyb2@gmail.com And how wonderful for you that you were found on flickr! I will be reading your blog next...Thanks, Michele

Poppyprint said...

Oh boy, I think my love hooked prairie rug may have just doubled in value ;0! Congratulations, your work looks amazing in the book! This is a book I will definitely buy if I'm not the lucky winner, fingers crossed. Thank you for sharing and way to go! Being involved in such a high quality publication is just so awesome.

Poppyprint said...

Following along!

tremzzz said...

I am now a follower of your inspiring blog. I have enjoyed what I've read so far. f9vvyb2@gmail.com

haddie said...

Your work is an insperation to me It is because of this blog I started making the postcards and having so much fun with them Expanding my own work and I thank you for that. Also a huge congrat's on the book Thanks for a chance to win...if not have to look where I can get one!!

Lori said...

I love your work, but I find your positive enthusiasm and your passionate creativity to be inspiring. I would love to win any book containing some of your works. Congratulations! Lori

PrairiePeasant said...

Monika, that is so awesome! Congratulations on the well deserved feature.

PrairiePeasant said...

Looks like a fantastic book, and I'll have to add it to my wish list if I'm not the lucky one here!

Rose said...

I am enthralled by your embroidery! I love seeing it come up on Flickr! Congrats on being in this great book!
skdk_rmk@msn.com

Rose said...

And since I am a follower I'll enter a second time! Love your blog!

Jackie said...

Look at you with 120 comments already for your book! Oh, you should be sooo crazy proud of yourself. I told my hubby all about you at supper... and to think I even got a phone call from you last year!
Anyway, if I win, I totally want your signature!!!

Nicki said...

I am waaaay proud of you girl! Congrats! I guess you are over the moon! Huge honour and you deserve it!

Hugs!

Nicki

Monika Kinner-Whalen (MySweetPrairie) said...

WOW everyone! : )
I'm adding this entry for a woman who is unable to comment here - she left me a note on FB.
One entry from:

Crystal J. K.

Good luck!
~Monika K.

a quilt obsession said...

Such a beautiful resource! I would LOVE to win this book. I too subscribe to your blog! Such an inspiration!

Melissa

Margreet said...

Congratulations to have your work in this fantastic book.
You know I'm a fan of your work.
So you are a aloud to be proud :-)
Greetings Margreet in Holland.

Bee said...

Congratulations, Monika!! Its no surprise to me that your work was featured throughout this wonderful book. You're work is gorgeous!

Caroline Heinrichs said...

You inspired me right from the first time I found your blog. Its so interesting how you can find such awesome teachers and never even meet. Love the giveaway, thanks for your efforts, you make me want to write a book!

Caroline Heinrichs said...

I totally follow you. I missed you for a while and then found that gmail had marked all your posts as spam. I've had to go and retrieve yours because your posts are important to me. Thanks for the giveaway!

Verna G said...

Of course I'll enter your draw! Beautiful book!

Verna (and Vern)

Shebandowan said...

I would love to win this book. Thanks for the chance.

Janet

Shebandowan said...

I am a follower via email.

Janet

Suse said...

Congratulations, Monika. This honour is well-deserved. I love your work, and I would love to win this book. And if I don't, I will definitely buy it! :)

Candace Clough said...

no surprise you are featured, you make incredible art.

Threadpainter said...

WOW ... what an honour Monika !
Congratulations !!!

Vendulka U. said...

Hi Monika,
I'm one of your silent followers, I'm following your blog for nearly a year, greatly admiring your work and looking forward every new project you are sharing with us, but I have never left any comments,mostly because I'm just too busy - being a mum to 3years old, running a patchwork shop, teaching patchwork, and trying to be a textile artist as well.
But this time I made sure I find the time to tell you big CONGRATULATION!!!! Your work is fantastic and you sooo deserve this!!! You are great bloogger too, I love reading your posts, everytime there is an email from you I open it with the same exitement a child is opening an chocolate Advent calendar :-) It is so lovely to watch somebody do what they really love for living and one can feel your love and passion which goes to your textile work and the blog. I wish you all the best, for me you are great source of inspiration and motivation, and you are filing me with hope that one day I can acheive something like that as well.
I'm looking forward to browse through the book (wheather I win it or buy it later on) and see your work there ....

All the best from your admirer - Czech woman living on a small Island in UK.
Vendulka

greelyrita said...

Oh ya, I'm in!! Isn't this incredible!?!? What will you do to top this? Congrats again. Hope I win...

greelyrita said...

I'm a follower. What a prize this will be for someone! Thanks for this fabulous give-away...

Terry Whyte said...

Congratulations Monika! I have been following your blog for some time and love to watch your progress as you work on your pieces, as well as the way you have been adding new things to your work - either ribbon or a building. You certainly deserve to be included in this book. Great give-away, would love to win but will buy if not.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations...wonderful acknowlegement of your talent and
especially your artistic expertise.
I requested to borrow the book from
the Saskatoon Library but they don't
have it but they have now put it on their purchase list!

JennyPennyPoppy said...

Sending you a huge congratulations Monika which is richly deserved. Your landscape pieces worked from your own photos are stunning pieces of stitchery and creativiity. This will definitely be a book I will be purchasing for the Regina Stitchery Guild Library.

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