Thursday, January 19, 2012

TAST 2012 - Feather Stitch

TAST 2012 - Federstich

22 comments:

Kathy said...

Wow! I love how you layered your stitches.

shirley said...

wow that is great I love the idea of the single red button....this is very contemporary.

Edith Bieri said...

Looks Great!

Ty.Jecyka said...

Oh...a ladybug in a middle of the grass! I love it!

Christine said...

Schön! Und interessant der rote Knopf!

libbyquilter said...

a feathered nest~!?!
love the red button.

:-)
libbyQ

Suztats said...

Very cool! You have a unique approach.

ColourFly said...

Das sieht so toll aus. Gefällt mir supergut! Nice work!

celle qui rêve said...

Amazing and beautiful ! I wonder how you find your way

Isabelle said...

what a amazing and interesting sampler. I like the little red button. how can you embroder stiches as intertwined ?

Maggi said...

Superb and the red button looks great

Ms Sharma said...

Very Beautiful

Ms Sharma
http://summersofindia.blogspot.com/

Cyndi L said...

You are totally amazing! I could just get lost in your stitching.

Claudia said...

Hallo Raphaela,
ich mag die Effekte, die du mit deinen Stichüberlagerungen erzielst. Genial der rote Knopf. Dein Blog ist sehr inspirierend!
Liebe Grüße
Claudia

Barbara B. said...

Wow! Wie schaffst Du es nur, dass es bei Dir so wunderbar frei und nicht brav aussieht!?! Super, Deine Kreise!
LG Barbara

Anni - Fabric and Mixed Media Art said...

Raphaela all your stitching looks wonderful with layers of different threads, thanks for sweet comment on my blog.
Anni

Debbie said...

I love your style of doing the TAST, Rephaela! Those round pieces are going to make a great looking sampler.

Raphaela said...

A thank you to all the commenting ladies.
Isabelle, I am just stitching from top to bottom, bottom to top, from one side to the other, sometimes only halfway, diagonal.... That's all. After I had just started I thought: what, when this ends in a real chaos. My answer was: in that case I will call it 'Green Chaos' and have to live with it.
If I would not be limited by time, I could stitch at these pieces for many more hours, just adding layer after layer.

crazyQstitcher said...

Like the crown of a tree. Lovely.

Kathleen said...

I am trying to be more creative. Your stitching inspires me. Thanks Kathy http://kathysnest32.wordpress.com/

Wendy said...

The layering is wonderful, it really draws the eye in

Linda H said...

LOVE your first 3 weeks of TAST stitching. Hope you will share your Cretan stitch with us too! Your work is beautiful!