Thursday, October 16, 2008

Flowery freestyle embroidery




This time I tried some new combinations with embellished grey wool on linen, some small pieces of fabric, wool, pre-felt, yarn and even paper - and finally I "drew" the outlines with freestyle machine embroidery. Try it - it really makes fun!

15 comments:

Gunnels blog said...

Welcome to the blogworld Anneli! I heard read at Sara´s blog about you and that your are Swedish ;-) så jag fortsätter på modersmålet ! Du gör jätefina saker, kommer tillbaka till din blogg !

myosotis said...

Hallo. liebe Anneli und herzlichen Glückwunsch zu deinem blog und deinen schönen Werken!

Anneli said...

Tack så jättemycket, Gunnel, jag kan bara återgälda berömmet!

Danke, liebe Myosotis, ich freu' mich sehr, daß Du reinschaust - ich bewundere Deine Arbeiten schon lange!

Pat said...

Congratulations on your blog Anneli, I have added you to my bloglines.

Martine said...

Hi Anneli, come to you trough Sara's blog. Welcome to this blogging world. I'm so happy to be able to see your beautiful work.
I hope you are going to show the big feltworks!

karen said...

Hi! I came here from Sara's blog. Your work is delightful. Good luck with blogging!

blomman said...

I really like your felted and machine embroidered "bits". I as Gunnel am Swedish and saw you on Sara`s blog.

Joei Rhode Island said...

Hi Anneli

I like the What Iffing you have done, especially the flowers. I added you to my blog list to visit and will look forward to see where this leads you.

Joei
Rhode Island

paulahewitt said...

very nice - i really like the girl. you are inspiring me to get my embellisher out and try new things

Annica said...

Hej Anneli!
Ytterligare en svensk bloggare här :-) Jag hittade dig via Saras blogg. Dina grejer är jättefina!

Heather said...

I found you through Sara's blog and think your felt pieces are delightful. Sorry I can only tell you in English!

Heather said...

These little pieces are delightful. Only the other day I gathered some bits and pieces and my dry felting needles together with the intention of trying something similar. The work for your German quilting magazine looks very interesting, and I look forward to when you can show us all more - we are so greedy!

Heather said...

How can you tell I am still rather new to blogging?! I have just posted a comment meant for Sara on yours - I do apologise. Now the world knows what a dunce I am!!

Anneli said...

Thank you, girls, for your kind and encouraging comments! Means a lot to me!

Dot said...

Hi Anneli!
I found you through your friend Sara Lechner's blog. Love your work and all of your lovely details. You are very talented!

Dot (from Australia)