colares feitos em 2019 que não tive tempo de postar 🤣
eu amo girassóis! acho que vocês já perceberam, né? mas, bordando tantos modelos diferentes de girassóis, descobri que várias pessoas também amam essa flor linda, porque foi um dos mais vendidos no natal 💛🌻 quero saber quem mais aqui é do grupinho girassolovers 🌻
6 7526 minutes ago
Primeiro e único bordado na organza. Não foi fácil porque é um tecido MUITO delicado, mas o resultado é lindo!
Waves. (Wip) Handstitching on a vintage shirt, some more wearable pieces available at @wasabielisi from the 20th. Hope everyone gets to work on something they have been wanting to work on this weekend 💙. 刺し子のブローチを作ります。ブローチにしたいハギレを持ってきてください。
For English speakers who would like to attend my workshop you are also welcome, the dates again are 9/23 and 9/29 from 12:30 to 3:30 for 4,500¥, you can make a reservation through firstname.lastname@example.org or 03-6379-2591 at Wasabi-Elisi. You can also check facebook now for updates as well!
Exhibition : https://www.facebook.com/events/805145726669627/
:3 custom pillow based on a design done by a close family friend for said friend (needless to say, she loved it 😌👌🏽🥺💕)
I love the “sprinkles” and the way the back of a piece looks!
1 550 minutes ago
A new year calls for some new photos 📸 #ReadyToOwn2020
Here’s a little behind the scenes shot from my photoshoot yesterday ✨
It was so much fun to get some creative photos and also capture my new workspace 🤍
More to come soon . . . 💋
6 6051 minutes ago
Bee friends have buzzed off to new homes
Hey kids - in celebration of another trip around the sun for me, I’m offering 20% off my entire shop all weekend! Thanks for your constant support! 🧁🎉💛
2 41 hour ago
It’s a new episode of Embroidery Hub!
This week, Laura is taking you through the entire process of appliqué embroidery, INCLUDING DIGITIZING APPLIQUÉ LETTERS ON CHROMA!
She is also going to show you two types of finishes that you can utilize with appliqué, so make sure to let us now which finish you liked more in the comments below!👇 You're not going to want to miss this special episode! Check out the video at the Embroidery Hub link in our bio! 🔗
I made two versions of this figure; one is just the line art and this one is filled in. this one took a while. I also need to get more red thread lol
4" hoop on Kona cotton snow
1 251 hour ago
(Embroidery in progress by my 7-year old son ❤️) early bird price on my magical embroidery class ends at midnight tonight! Link in bio.
Women have had a loooooong relationship and history with needle and thread. From making clothes that allow their community to work with, and survive, the elements to making talismanic textiles to protect the young, the ill, the birthing and the warring . . . and to bless the journey of the dead.
Every culture, over the last 60,000 years or so, has used some form of embroidery or another for practical and magical reasons.
And more importantly?
Women have also picked up needle and thread to tell their stories when words, literacy or freedom fail them.
Because a needle and thread is inexpensive and pretty easy to get your hands on, anytime, anywhere, there are stories of women in POW camps using embroidery to send messages to their men, in separate POW camps, to lift their spirits and to assure them of their safety.
In Romania and Japan there are even secret embroidery languages that belong, largely, to the realm of Women's Mysteries. Of course, they're not the only cultures with a secret women's language told with a needle and thread, but they are two great examples.
In the 1970's, Chile was facing a crisis. (Mostly) Young men were disappearing under the orders of their dictator, Pinochet. This left women scared for their loved ones, grieving and with no answers-- not to mention with extreme financial and resource instability.
Chile was on lock down. And this being before the advent of 24-hour news and the internet . . . the world didn't know what was going on. But the women. The women began embroidering the story of what was happening in pictures on burlap. And as these embroideries were shipped out of the country they passed right under the nose of censorship because the censors dismissed the pieces as frivolous women's work.
It's not the first, or the last, time that men have regretted underestimating and undervaluing women and their work.
The rest of the world paid attention to these "frivolous" pieces of cloth and to the secret genocide that was being exposed. (Con’t in comments)
Tem sido bem divertido experimentar com tecidos diferentes nesses últimos tempos. Fora ficar com um resultado lindo, também é ótimo para aproveitar aqueles retalhos que vamos guardando por motivo nenhum 💚
5 231 hour ago
Já pensou em eternizar o desenho do seu filho (a) em um bordado?
Ótimo para dar de prenda para os avós ou apenas decorar a parede de casa ❤️
Bordado em um bastidor de 26cm, eternizando o desenho da família 📝
♥️ Rescato este lienzo antiguo porque apenas lo enseñé por aquí y me encanta.
Ya sabéis que son bordados a mano y son personalizables en color :)
No dudéis en escribidme sin compromiso
1 212 hours ago
Currently working on February’s pattern...✨
I’ve been having such a hard time getting back into work and art. After getting back from my brother’s dear friend’s funeral I haven’t felt like I’ve had an ounce of strength to work on much of anything. But I’m pushing through and trying to turn to what I love and who I love to keep going! Anyway, thanks for being patient when it’s come to messages and such. I’m working through them all and trying to get back to everyone. Happy Friday, all! 🌞
Hey all!! I’m still alive over here, just struggling to find a balance between school starting, possibly starting a new job, and running this page! If you see less of me, that’s why! My Etsy shop is definitely still open though, link in bio! Thank you all for continuing to follow along, even during the more busy seasons!
2 642 hours ago
“Rebel Scum” on a five inch hoop: $30
Please DM if interested! First to claim is the first it’ll go to, but if you’re not first I can always make more! (Price does not include shipping if applicable)
This was so fun to make and I’m so looking forward to making more Star Wars hoops in the future! And of course I hope it sells off of here, but if not, it’ll be my first listing on an Etsy shop that is coming soon!! Also, commissions are open, sorry these last few months have been hectic keeping everything on track but I’m ready to start sewing in this new year! Can’t wait to work with you on hoops, hats, pillowcases, shirts, and whatever else we can think of!
1 72 hours ago
Happy Friday! My husband and I made it a goal this year to go on a date night at least once a month so today we’re going to our favorite ramen place and I’m so excited! 🍜 What are your plans this weekend?
Zgodnie z obietnicą w poniedziałek ruszy nowa lista zapisów na tamborki z terminami na najbliższe dwa tygodnie, więc jeśli ktoś planuje zamówić, to już teraz serdecznie Was zapraszam i przypominam, że lista (niezmiennie) jest ograniczona 📩
Ja tymczasem wylogowuję się do życia, bo czeka nas rodzinny weekend. Ostatnie trudne dni pokazały nam, co tak naprawdę jest w życiu ważne. I nie jest to na pewno praca. Miłego weekendu 🌸
Bonne année 2020 (en retard) 🌠
Première broderie réalisée pour une amie, cette année j’aimerais diversifier mon compte Insta et vous parlez de mes projets de broderie mais aussi couture !
Et vous vous avez de nouveaux projets pour 2020 ?
Bonne semaine ! .
Happy New Year 2020 🌠
First embroidery made for a friend, this year I would like to diversify my Insta account and you talk about my embroidery projects but also sewing!
And you have new projects for 2020 ?
Morning lovelies! ☕️☀️💕
Well so many of you asked, so here is the finished clutch I was stitching up yesterday! It has turned out sweeter than I imagined and I think I want to do more!
What do you think?! Should I do more or better yet sell as kit with the clutch?! Let me know what you think in the comments below👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
68 3,14516 January, 2020
When things are turning out better that you hoped 🌿✌🏻💕