Just BEAUTIFUL!Oh, I just posted a contest on my blog for one of my "Once Upon a Time" original watercolours...thought you may want to enter!Char
I guess this gave you new creative fuel huh? Not that you need it anyway... :)
Yes I agree...I wonder what u will be up next...Thanks for sharing lovely Renilde.Good Night.
Ooops I forgot a comma.
Hello Renilde,I've been following your blog for some time, I simply adore it.I was wondering if you have any idea of the name or technique of those orange pompons weave. My mother recalls doing a craft like that at school using a small loom, but she doesn't remember how it was made. Do you have any idea?:)
these are so intricate.. i wonder how many hours each of these took? amazing!
Oh yum! Just so exquisite. The top one has me particularly in a trance. I want it and if I can't have it I want to make it! ;) Have a lovely day Renilde. Kx
zo inspirerend om te zien, dat we er jaren niet naar omzagen. gelukkig is dit bewaard gebleven. wat een pracht. het geduld van vrouwenhanden. dat wil ik zien!
To Karen: I was very fascinated by this technique too, didn't even know it was made on a loom, i will do some research and let you know. Especially love the velved-like bumps in photo 3, they are so cool!Hope to find some more information soon!:)
velvet, sorry :-)
just awesome :)
Great pictures, I really like the still from pinnocchio a couple of entries back, I'm coming back!
These are so beautiful and inspiring. Thank you.
...super lovely post , a real embroidered nest of inspiration , thank you for sharing it renilde
oh wow, wow. such simply beautiful embroidery.i really should think about making some christmas presents this year... (not that it will look anything as perfect as this ;))
thanks for sharing!