steady stitches

Time behind my stall allows me to work on a new textile framed piece in-between customers. I’m working with antique snippets of cloth, old threads and a childs french undershirt. Items that most would throw away, but treasures that I cherish.

image: textile detail

image: steady stitches

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  1. Nikki Watson

     /  August 29, 2011

    Ohhhh, very excited to see the end result!

  2. retrofemmeobjetdart

     /  September 1, 2011

    Lovely, soft colours and textures Alison – I’m sure it will be beautiful when complete.

  3. Thanks Nikki – it might take a bit of time but I’ll keep working on it as and when.

  4. Hi retrofemme. Yes, I really like the softness of the fabrics as well. 🙂

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