Monday, November 9, 2009

It's definitely finished this time....!

So, here is the Pear collage again! This time it is definitely finished! I fixed the centre top section that was annoying me and am so much happier with it now!


Pear on Saucer
Collage


Pear on Saucer
Collage, Detail

I'm so completely enamoured with this technique that I've started the background for the next one already! Again, this is on stretched canvas which I'm finding to be a perfect substrate; I've had this circular canvas sitting around for a while now............


New Collage, WIP

Here is this gorgeous piece of Nuno Felt! I'm enjoying stitching into it and because of it's thickness and texture and double sided-ness I can stitch different embroidery on front and back! I'm not planning at all - just going with the flow...............the best sort of art!

Nuno Felt
Back

Nuno Felt
Front

And here is the progress on the Olympic Pennant! Those French Knots are coming along......


Olympic Pennant
Chain of Ponds
Detail

I really like how this is turning out! For more information on the Pennants for the 2012 Olympic Athletes go to Quilts4London. Click here to add the banner and link to your blog or website! For information for Australian participation contact me at: Sandi

5 comments:

jackie said...

Thanks for your comment on my felt.I'm working on a similar piece at the moment. I think we share a love of varied techniques. Your collage and felt look to be great fun.

Puddleduck said...

Thanks for visiting Jackie! I want to spend a bit more time looking at your varied techniques on your blog too!
I'm finding all this experimenting to be great fun and very freeing!
Sandi

Joei Rhode Island said...

Love the collage...have you thought about making nuno like that? I think it would work...

Jayne said...

Picked up your blog from mine - we could spend a long weekend talking 24 hrs a day and probably still not run out of things to talk about. I hate being typecast and don't fit into anyone's boxes so if people ever ask me what I do I say I'm a generalist - I know a little about a lot - magpie mind and its like that with crafts too. I love trying something new.

Puddleduck said...

Joei,
What a great idea...! That would look a bit like the gorgeous flowers you are working on over at your blog?!

Jayne,
Great to meet another puddleducker (generalist- I like that!) I feel like I can never learn enough new skills...........!
Have fun with your new blog!

Sandi

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