February 12, 2012

Embroidery piece

I decided it was time to put the stitches I learned for TAST to some use and this is what it turned into. My first free embroidery. I just started somewhere and added whatever I felt like at that moment.
What do you think?

Ik moest alle steekjes die ik had geleerd bij TAST maar eens in de praktijk brengen, en dit is het geworden. Mijn eerste 'vrije' borduursel. Ik ben maar gewoon ergens begonnen en eraan toegevoegd waar ik op dat moment zin in had.
Wat vind je ervan?

tree
tree, a photo by het groene kamertje on Flickr.

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12 comments:

  1. Leuk geworden hoor!
    Groetjes, Anne-Marie

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  2. ik vind het heel mooi! Er is van alles te zien.
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    Else

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  3. this is beautiful lanscape! I love that cane (reeds) with black heads. maybe for more emphasis try to use threads with different thickness?
    regards from Russia,
    Masha

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  4. Je borduurwerk ziet er erg mooi uit. Dat belooft wat voor de toekomst.

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  5. This is just beautiful!

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  6. I like it! I love any kind of forest and/or mountain scenery.

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  7. That is just stunning - I love the tree especially!


    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  8. Wow this is beautiful! Such great work & I love all of the colors!

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  9. This is so cool. I'm damn impressed... especially for a first effort. :D Thanks for sharing your creativeness.
    pam

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  10. Thanks! En bedankt!

    I really appreciate your encouraging comments :)

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