I am starting with a section that is laurel leaves and berries. I found this great polka dot rubber stamp awhile back and stamped several greens for my laurel leaves. My drawing is under the fabrics.
Cutting and fusing leaves.
Leaves and berries all fused. It is at this point that I am always somewhat tempted to stop. The nice flat, graphic look is appealing, but no, I start painting and then stitching.
The leaves will combine with some of this—
And some of this—
Glad you pointed me to your laurels! This is going to be a wonderful piece- great contrasts and luscious color. Can't wait to see it evolve with those other fabrics.ReplyDelete
My mom made chickens in 'ceramics' too! I didn't get hers but I started my own kitchen chicken collection- at one time I counted over twenty stuck here and there. None were sentimental like yours so I had to ditch them during a renovation. I still wish I had hers.
Terry, this is beautiful. I'm looking forward to seeing the finished product.ReplyDelete
susan in spokane
OOh, Terry! I am loving this! Can't wait to see the final product!ReplyDelete
This is going to be yummy, I can tell!ReplyDelete
There's never been a project of yours that didn't inspire and wow me. This is no exception! GORGEOUS!!!! Can't wait to see the finish!ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous!!ReplyDelete