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Thursday, 29 April 2010

hapazome experiment-result

This is the final result of my hapazome experiment today. Considering that this was my first attempt and I was doing it while my grandson was asleep and I was aware of the fact that I would have to pack it all up if he woke, the result is not bad at all. Actually, I am very pleased with it.
The best pictures came from leaves or flowers with thin petals, so I will keep experimenting with various plants. I will definitely try to do some embroidery on one of the samples.


















1 comment:

  1. I am so surprised at the definition in the outlines. Goodness, this is a really fabulous technique. Do you have any plans for these pieces??

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