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19 May 2011

Sprinkles



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14 comments :

montse llamas-artsandcats said...

Nice.

Bonitos girasoles!

fanja said...

your work always brighten my day Karen. have a lovely weekend x

Karen said...

montse – Este mantel me encanta, lo pintó a mano mi madre cuando ella era niña, hace por lo menos 45 años!!!

fanja – So happy to hear that! Have a bright weekend!

And Kathleen said...

I love this so much.

nsm said...

Tus trabajos siempre tienen estas combinaciones que me recuerdan los 70 y un poco los 80,basicamente mi niñez.
Siempre inspiradora.

Hagar said...

XXX!

Karen said...

Kathleen – :)

Franka – Yo también soy una nostálgica de esa época!

Hagar – I knew someone would understand me! xxxx xxxx!

C SATHAL said...

graphic and beautiful !

Frances said...

Karen, as always, it's been great fun to have a catch up with your creative posts. Your explorations of the possibilities of grids and cross stitching are truly marvelous.

I love the sprinkles!

I have recommended your site to a friend who has just completed an introductory course in weaving. She is also very talented, and I know she will eventually click over here and get lots of inspiration.

Best wishes! xo or ... xxx ooo

auprès de mon arbre said...

Did you try grid or pixel as well ?
It's really funny...

Karen said...

Céline – Thanks my dear!

Frances – I think you are the best brand promoter I've ever had! :)

Helene – Oh yes! I'm always trying to make grid patterns/cross-stitch motifs! But it was quite difficult with these chocolate sprinkles (I even used a pair a tweezers here!)

julie said...

hey hey ! all of a sudden it starts to look like megan whitmarsh's embroided fireworks ! watch her tiny industries website it's really beautiful...
xxx julie from paris

Karen said...

julie – Her embroideries are amazing! Thanks for the comparison ;)

alessandra said...

This made me smile Karen! (and thanks for your words at mine, it meant a lot <3).