Friday, July 9, 2010

new work for BiECO


As promised, three new wall pieces for tomorrow's market: Little wooden toy horse hand-embroidered on vintage linen tea towel,


Songbird hand-embroidered on organic linen, and


this one is hand-embroidered on a vintage embroidered table cloth (it was stained so I'll be re-using sections of it for future work), the flowers are the original embroidery from the cloth. She doesn't have a name yet, suggestions?

All three will be available at the BrisStyle Indie Eco Market tomorrow (10 July), 9am-2pm at St Augustine's Church Hall and Grounds, Racecourse Road, Hamilton.

See you there!

10 comments:

nerines said...

She's very pretty...Claire or Jessica? They were the names of my favourite dolls one hundred years ago. Unweird names, it took me a long time getting used to my own. Thanks for stopping by yesterday and leaving your lovely comment

june at noon said...

*sigh* Love your stuff! How about Josephine?

Mr. Spoqui said...

the bird is beautiful :)

Sally said...

just lovely ...
how about Lady Sakura?

Mylittlegreatworld said...

Chloe? Josephine?
All stitching are beautiful.

Thea said...

I love that you included the floral embroidery amongst your own. Your lady seems confidentally aloof to me so a French name immediately came to mind - Claudette or Eloise perhaps?

moose and bird said...

The embroidery master is at it again!!!Can't wait to see them in real life tomorrow. x

teddybearswednesday said...

beautiful Rebecaa, I love the horsey on the vintage teatowel especially. xo

Cat said...

I LOVE her, whatever her name is. :)

Magdalena, The Craft Revival said...

They are all lovely. Good luck at the market. If I still lived in Brissie, I'd be getting myself along to it. But thankfully Melbourne has so much to offer on the handmade market front! You can never have too many handmade delights. And yours are no exception!