Monday, 19 February 2018

very slow Homage

I was rather taken aback to see that I have been stitching this piece, albeit very intermittently, for more than years now. That seems to be taking slow stitch to a new level entirely! I have started, and sometimes finished, several other things in between, and have begun a new phase at Studio 11, having had a rather unproductive year last year for a variety of reasons. Christine and I discussed working to a theme, and seeing how I can express that theme in cloth and stitch. So, something I have had as an interest, and read around for many years - Mesopotamia. I will, hopefully, talk more about that later, but for now, just a few images of my little homage cloth, which still needs a few more stitches to feel complete, but has progressed since my last post.

raindrops - or are they tears?

those extra seeds drifting in the breeze

Nearly there

I hope life is being generous to you.


  1. You too - they don't call it slow art for nothing :)

    1. Oooh, hello .... just trundling along!! I love your recent blog post, and the idea of a workshop on contemplative stitching, that really gets my vote :-)


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