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Friday, 4 October 2013

Playing Around with Cow Parsley



Here is my first finished piece depicting cow parsley, in what I would say is my normal style.


Here is a peek at my big green piece and it has also grown some cow parsley. I am not ready to share this yet. It still needs a lot of work even though I have already covered it in at least a million stitches. I think it will be a while because I just tend to work for short bursts while I think a.bout what to do next. 


I have been continuing to experiment with lino cuts on paper, of which there are a lot...


...and on fabric. I think I will do some stenciling on these next.

Linking up with Off the Wall Friday.

Edit: Go to my next post to find out what this stuff really is:)

15 comments:

  1. Thank you for your visit - this way I discovered your pretty corner :)
    What a beautiful place :) I too love cow parsley and yours is just fabulous!

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  2. stunning Deb........... love that top green cow parsley!
    let me know if your selling it pse lol

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  3. Absolutely love the top piece! How are the edges finished? What is its size?

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  4. Loving all the print work and experimenting! Anyone would think it was spring, not autumn, with all this growth going on!

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  5. LOVE the look you have achieved x

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  6. I love how you take something so simple and turn it into a beautiful art piece.

    Debbie

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  7. Wonderful! So simple but yet so effective. Never heard of cow parsley but its pretty

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  8. This is gorgeous, but I've never heard of cow parsley, either. Maybe we call it something else here in the US? Does anyone out there know?

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  9. Is it like queen Anne's lace? Any way you call it, it's fabulous.

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  10. Here you are http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthriscus_sylvestris, its everywhere here, and these are wonderful !!

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  11. Gorgeous pieces, love your linos. Especially the last one... truly beautiful.

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  12. I so love those seed heads. Can't say it more simply than that.

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  13. Gorgeous! The cow parsley has beautiful lines, and your pieces are fabulous!

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  14. I just adore your patience - that stitching must take forever ! And the results are so beautiful - can't wait to see the bigger piece ;-)

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  15. oh I just love it so so much! a work of art indeed!! oh to attend one of your workshops! one day x

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