Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Sun-Print & Thread

Do you recall the sun-print I made using feathers? here is what they look like now, with just a small bit of stitching added. I tried to maintain a light airy feel.






20 comments:

Robbie said...

Beautiful!! Almost ethereal!

Vicki W said...

Lovely!

Maggi said...

They certainly are still light and airy, lovely

Connie said...

How beautiful!

B J Elder said...

You did a great job on this one - just the right amount of stitching. I think that is the key -- knowing when enough is enough.

Mary Ann said...

Very beautiful:)

Ethne said...

This is amazing work

Denise :) said...

Oh! I love, love these!! :)

Gill said...

Fabulous! I would love to try sunprinting!

Janis Doucette said...

I just found your blog - it's great! I was just looking for ways to use Lutrador and was directed here. Glad I did.

Janis Doucette said...

I just found your blog - it's great! I was just looking for ways to use Lutrador and was directed here. Glad I did.

Kim said...

Looks like they are floating, how lovely and light.

Happy sewing

ruthiequilts said...

These are lovely! Your quilting sets them off perfectly!

marshaleith said...

gorgeous! love the backgrounds too.

Quilter Kathy said...

So beautiful...they look just like feathers, even better!

Sharon said...

Wow, these are beautiful! And so is your stitching. You got a great sunprint of the feathers, and your background is lovely.

thecraftypioneer.com said...

These are beautiful - very unusual.

landscapelady said...

If it doesn't have a name yet, I suggest "dancing feathers" that is the first impression I got from this lovely piece :-) well done

Renate said...
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Renate said...

Oh my! Can you teach me to do that? These are so airy and look like they are ready to float away!

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