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Monday, 23 October 2017

what happened to two mad hares?



Having finished the main part of the "mad hares" reverse applique,
(started at the workshop with Dawn Cameron-Dick ),




I decided to make a border and change it into a wall hanging.  
I appliqued trees (using the normal needle turn applique), and embroidered some grasses, to match the design of the main fabric.


And here it is - hand quilted with Aurifil threads.







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7 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Radka, but I knew it would be. Such a quick finish too.

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  2. Máš to perfektné! Obdivujem to šitie v rukách, klobúk dole!

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  3. It looks wonderful. I love how you have tied in the trees with those on the fabric within. Lovely work x

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  4. Beautiful! I really like the way you made the background fabric flow into the border with your embroidery, and how the appliqued trees are the same as in the background. And of course the red hares are the focal point.

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  5. It looks great Radka - love the details. xx

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  6. This is really really pretty!

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