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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Back in Circulation





Well it's been quite a time time since I posted on my long negleted blog.  Various reasons have caused this, one of these has been that I have recently started machine embroidery !  I bought a Singer Futura XL400 machine.

Quite a learning curve getting everything just right but after many hours of trial and tribulation (not without it's funny side I might add !) I have made some interesting pieces of embroidery.

Today I have embroidered two little houses with gardens onto felt squares.  The first is on brown felt and the second on lime green felt.  I find felt a wonderful medium to embroider on.  I always use a tearable stabiliser to assist with support of the top and bottom threads during the embroidery process.





Hope you like them. Must start doing some papercraft now too so watch this space !!

Sid xx

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24 comments:

  1. crikey Sid.... I'm deeply impressed. These are so clever. That must have taken some time to achieve...

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  2. Wow Sid, I agree with Carol, most impressive indeed. You have to be so precise and there doesn't look to be a stitch out of place - well done and thanks for sharing, lovely to see you around again.

    Sam xxx

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  3. Hi Sid! Your embroideries are absolutely gorgeous!!!!! Well done!

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  4. These are gorgeous!
    you did a great job!

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  5. Wow you're back with a bang. These are awesome.

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  6. Lovely to see you back Sid and fab embroidery. I've also been trying out some stitchy crafting and have been experimenting with with quilting although still journal and even scrap booked this weekend but not had time to blog yet. Looking forward to your next projects.

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  7. Wow Sid you never fail to amaze. These are fabby.

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  8. Blimey they came from no where!! Great to see them though! And very nice they are too! I am neglecting paper......for wool. It would appear that the fabric gets us all in the end!

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  9. Hello Sid .just logged on and there you are!
    So happy to see you in blog land again .
    And a new medium to craft with .
    Both look amazing . How large are the pieces and is felt hard to stretch and frame ?
    hugs Shirley-Anne

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  10. Cor Sid they are great! and soooo neat.

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  11. Wow I'm deeply impressed, its gorgeous!

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  12. Sid, this is my first visit to your blog. So nice to meet you. And the piec shown first is awesome. GREAT JOB! Keep it up!

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  13. Sid, here in the middle of Winter, it was great to open my mailbox and catch a breath of Spring!. These are indeed lovely!

    Two questions - what's the finished size of the embroidery? and how long does it take to thread the machine to do this? Do you have to stop and change each color?

    (ok, that's three questions! lol)

    Thanks again for posting! I've missed seeing your creativity!

    Cheers,
    Linda

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  14. Wow!!! Fabulous work Sid.
    xxx Hazel.

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  15. Threading the machine and finishing ends are the bits I hate so I admire your patience with all these colours as well as the finished products!

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  16. Those are lovely. I am amazed at your patience.

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  17. Hi Sid! Looks like you've been having fun with your new toy! These houses look amazing!
    Alison xx

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  18. hooray glad to see u back..and wow these are superb no wonder you have been hiding..great pieces

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  19. Looks great Sid! You don't learn this in 5 minutes, so, well done!
    Greetings, Yvon

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  20. Oh my golly gosh - this is truly amazing. you must have the patience of Job - I truly admire your stunning work

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  21. WOW Sid!Q That is so brave of you to take time off to master another craft to the end result being like this. Amazing work - well done you.
    Good to have you back!

    Hugs, Neet xx

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