The poet knows how to play on a harp without string and after he knows how to answer to those who claim they didn't heard the music.


Lao Tseu




To complete my website which is in French, I've decided to create a blog in English.

In fact, it will rather be a Gallery, as I am a better stitcher than writer ...
All my artwork from 1999 to 2007 can be found in the Archives : November 2007

I'll add regularly some views and close-up of my new pieces.







Wednesday, September 10, 2008

BJP 08 - September page


Stiching : detached chain stitch, fly stitch, cross stitch, couching in wool, silk and cotton threads.
Beads E and # 8, 11 and 15 (charlotte)

A lot of fun to do :-)

The close-up :


13 comments:

beadbabe49 said...

oooo...I love everything about this one, caroll...the color, the design, the fibers...delicious!

Satu-Marja said...

Ooh.. this is so beautiful, I'd say perfect!

heidibeads said...

oh - I like! my favorite colors, too. wonderful.

KV said...

Your work is as exquisite as ever!


Kathy V in NM

shebaduhkitty said...

lovely. I have been planning to include some mandalas in my monthly beading as well.

Hélène H said...

I like the way there is more space and light (ligthness ?) in your work this year.

Jean said...

Oh, this is so pretty. Love the
colors !

Jacquie said...

You do beautiful work! Love the color combos!!

ACey said...

this is very beautiful. Love the details and each choice you made with thread and the beads.

freebird said...

Beautiful. This is definitely your style even while it is so different than last year. This is going to be so much fun to see each of your pieces.

solange bonnet said...

Cette nouvelle saison s'annonce pleine de belles créations.
Bravo pour le montage de ton travail précédent.

Pursuing Art... said...

Your bead journal page is just lovely! Beautiful embroidery, beautiful beadwork...beautiful page!

I look forward to seeing your monthly pieces!

~Lisa ;-)

Robin said...

Don't know how I missed this one... Like October's piece, it is absolutely lovely. I can study the detail for a long time, yet it is very pleasing from a distance as well. Makes me want to get back to thread embroidery! Robin A.