Your work continues to amaze me! It is so wonderful that you can draw your own patterns from things you see around your home.I spend a lot of time alone and working on my quilts and sewing are my companionship I suppose. I like to think the things I make will be a joy to someone in days to come.
You are so talented, Kathleen! I know I've told you before, but who would get tired of hearing it, especially when it's true!I just received my embroidered towel, and it's so pretty!! Thank you. And thank you for the visit and comment today. Hugs,Marianne xo
You did GREAT!I've done a zebra longwing butterfly with firebush flowers from a photo of mine. That was fun. You've just inspired me to do some more.Happy stitching ~ FlowerLady
You create magic with stitching something you have photographed. The Grasshopper is a work of art.I am just starting my first ever Victorian Crazy Quilt Block. I am having fun with it; and I have a lot to learn. But, I need to take that first step and just try.
My 16 year old son would say that grasshopper was anything less than inspiring. He hates bugs. Ha! You are able to capture your surroundings so beautifully in stitches. I need free time to feel really creative. And that usually only happens on the weekends right now. But come June, I'll be free, free, free. Best wishes, Tammy
How lovely. I would never of thought of coping nature. I enjoy seeing your creations.
Wow! I'm just getting back to embroidery and other stitching. Who knows where ideas pope into my head come from. I think I am inspired by other's work and then it just takes on a mind of its own. xx, Carol
He is an amazing creature and you've captured him in thread beautifully! I also love bugs. Birds and dogs inspire me-colors, patterns. God has made a lot of beautiful things!
Only you could so accurately replicate a critter like this in stitch. I rather like him (even though I always dread to see his kind show up in my garden).
I really like the way you embroider on printed fabrics.
You have made a beautiful grasshopper, Kathleen, it looks very real!
I'm enjoying your blog and went to your shop, too. WOW! How talented you are! I'm visiting from Leisure lane! Nice to meet you! Hugs, Diane
Looks so great! I get a lot of my inspiration from the childhood illustrations from books that I post on Pinterest. So many awesome childhood themes! Nature always inspired me when I was doing tiles, and also in my paintings, but seems like all I want to do are fanciful children's themes these days!
Helo my dear, You do such amazing things with that needle and thread.. I just love it.. I'm sorry that I haven't gotten back to you.. but I will so much has been going on. I hope you are doing well.. Happy Mother's Day with love Janice
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