Uma amiga virtual que me tem apoiado e acompanhado há muito tempo, neste blogue, enviou-me umas fotos do seu trabalho minucioso. Assina os comentários como Velia6.
Também me enviou o seu blogue que eu tinha encontrado há muito tempo e de que perdi o endereço como de tantos outros que perdi e nunca mais encontrei!
A virtual friend who has supported me and followed for long, on this blog sent me some pictures of his meticulous work. Signs comments as Velia6.
Also sent me her blog address I had found long ago and lost the address as so many others lost and never found again!
Apreciem o trabalho e a descrição que enviou.
Enjoy her exquisite works and descriptions.
Elephant – I made the form out of muslin, and it is beaded throughout in seed beads of all colors. I used poly filament otherwise known as fishing line of 100m 1.8 Kg clear. 0.20mm in diameter. 3 beads at a time in back stitching in case of someone cutting the beads, they would not unravel.
The second photo is of a mini Persian carpet in a wooden frame to keep the canvas taut. It is done in 22 count canvas, with Paternayan yarn single strand. Needlepoint needles # 20-22 in a stabbing back stitch. When all embroidery completed, I leave 2.5cm around the design before trimming. The backing is done in a complimentary color by machine.
I appreciate all her work, but the beaded work is exquisite.
And now she says : I am taking a class from a teacher from England’s Royal School of Needlework online, it is an evening cap from the works of Shakespeare, the one in the photo is the finished one, still on the frame because I have to do the goldwork yet and the edge.
Lovely, isn’t it?
Thanks so so much for your friendship. (I found you used to sign as Manos maravillosas and it’s very very true)