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Friday, 20 September 2013

Finished it Friday! x 4

I just finished up this (sweet) little set of four autumn sky/tree pictures in time for tomorrow's group show & sale at Agar's Corner.  They worked out just how I hoped they would!  When I was first gifted all those silk ribbons, the idea popped into my head to stitch leaves turning colors.  Here they are!

Autumn Birches #1

Autumn Birches #2

Autumn Birches #3

Autumn Birches #4

They look so pretty in the box-style chunky white frames I got.  I'm tempted to keep them for myself!  I made them to have some lower priced items at the show.  The silks are all hand dyed - including the sari silk I used for the trunks.  When they are displayed together, they remind me of looking out a window in the fall.  AAaaaaaaaah.  : )  I just can't stop taking photos of them!  : )  I'm enjoying the silk so darn much.

 p.s.  All are stitch-signed by hand too...

 Happy autumn!  If you are nearby, please stop by the show and say hello.  ; )


Jeito Mineiro de Ser said...

Você tem razão por estar satisfeita, eles são lindos!
Sucesso na exposição!
Um abraço!

You have reason to be satisfied, They are beautiful!
Success in the show!

Shan said...

They are beautiful, Monika. See you tomorrow.

Denise said...

Really lovely, see you tomorrow. Denise

B J Elder said...

Those ribbons are perfect for the leaves. What lovely pieces you created. They do make a wonderful grouping! I can see how they can be hard to part with.

Nicki said...

Lovely! Good luck, I hope you have a great day. Agar's is a really cool venue.

HollyM said...

They're lovely! It's fun to work on something a little different. Have fun at the sale!

Willit Neverend said...

I would love to see how you would approach an Australian gum tree (or eucalyptus) landscape. And I bet an Australian red desert landscape would make an awesome fibre art postcard.

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