Monday, September 24, 2007

Graceful Lady


Last July Clarice posted a picture on her blog showing this beautiful, vintage pillow case. It's embroidered and colored with textile paints. But portions of this graceful lady were not completed --- the most important parts --- the face, hair, arms, and hands. I offered to complete the project for her, and yesterday took the last stitch. Clarice, your pillow slip will be back on it's way to you soon! I hope you like the results. I couldn't resist stitching the outline around the basket and her hair as well. I made her a red-head! I hope you like it! I enjoyed this project --- it was very relaxing stitching on this old linen piece.

*And a note to blog reader, Toshiko, in Japan --- I think of you every time I use the embroidery clippers! Thank you for them!



7 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh I LOVE her. You did her face soo beautifully. I love the red hair and thank you for finishing her. I am really thankful because I could never did what you did and would have never touched it. I will always think of you La-Te-Dah, when ever I see her. Thank you again . By the way what did you think of of the lavender soda ??? Love Clarice

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  2. Oh she is beautiful.
    How kind of you and generous of your skill.
    I love your shining heart.

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  3. She looks wonderful. What a treat for Clarice! I love this pattern with her pouring out flowers~really charming.

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  4. What a sweet embroidered pillow case.

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  5. Oh, LaDonna, she is really beautiful. And look at all the PURPLE sewing accessories!! (smile) Gwen

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  6. She's BEAUTIFUL!! CCCCOOOOOOOLLLLLLLL!! ;] Auberne' Ancalimon

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  7. Oh!!!!
    She's lovely!
    Good work LaTea....

    ~Jody

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