Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Skull in Stitch

"teef"

long and short, satin stitch, couching, french knots
Stitch guide links from the Stitch with the Embroidery Guild

In other news I joined the Hand Embroidery Network

My next goal is to figure out how I want to mount this, or incorporate it into an assemblage.
I am off to ponder about it
and freak out
about
whether I will remember the steps for thrill the world
YIKES
what did I get myself into



10 comments:

Teresa said...

Wow. Corrine. So very awesome.

Janvangogh said...

I zoomed in on the image. Very impressive.

louciao said...

I'm lovin' this! Great stuff. Why is it the doing is so satisfying and then the mounting/framing/displaying so difficult? At least that's what I find. Especially with textile work. But, yah--fantastic work!

JafaBrit's Art said...

louciano, Traditional framing is a nightmare so I try to do what my 3D teacher drummed into us which is to make the presentation part of the statement of the piece. Easier said than done, arg! but I do like to build my own frames or boxes.
thanks Jan & Teresa :)

Debrina said...

Hello Corrine (Jafa lady). Can I just call you Jafa, I like that better. Lol. I'm spotlighting you on my blog (again) in a few weeks. Ok, if I hand-pick some images from your blog for that post?

Debrina (Debs0
PS. I am SO lovin' the skull. Your stitch work is impeccable and your theme is so cool and quirky. Right up my ALLEY!

martha brown said...

Wow -- this is so cool! Great work!

JafaBrit's Art said...

hiay Debrina, so glad you are liking my work :) and sure no prolemo about using some of my images (and a BIG thanks). and calling me jafa is just fine too.

alan said...

Very awesome stitchery.....colors and imagery really work well together.

deb said...

ab fab darling!!

Silly Swedish Skier Says So said...

I LOVE this!