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Monday, April 25, 2016

A little of Everything

Well by now I'm sure you all have heard about the death of music icon Prince and in honor of him my post is of course, purple. I have been stitching since my last post but first I wanted to share some beautiful art work I saw on Facebook. This is all done with natural materials and using techniques including lace making, macrame' and weaving.





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These are all created by Hungarian artist Agnes Herczeg.  Unfortunately that is all I know about her and her excellent work. I adore these.
Anyway back to my old cross stitch, I started on a piece I found in the March 2016 Cross Stitch Collection magazine it is by Maria Diaz and is called "Seafarer's Globe".
So far this is what mine looks like, stitched on 18ct off white Aida with DMC.
That's about all for now, I need to make some little xxs for next time.

11 comments:

Jessica Kelly said...

Oh, those lace pieces are stunning.

(Miss you guys at stitch nights!)

Heather said...

I love the lace pieces they're so creative and pretty! You've made great progress I just saw this design on a floss tube video :). It looks lovely!

Jan said...

Nice world map, I see you changed up the mermaid colors - looks great!

Lesley said...

Love your purple background,Minnie,a great tribute to an extremely gifted man.
The artwork by Agnes Herczeg is stunning,thank you for showing it on your blog. I love the Seafarer's Globe.I admired it when it was published in one of the magazines I used to subscribe to.You have made great progress and I am really looking forward to seeing this design again.

Vickie said...

Yes, I have not gotten Prince's music out of my head for days now.
What fascinating work you found there!
Your map is gorgeous Minnie.

gracie said...

I also saw those pieces...they are amazing. Love your new piece...

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Those lace piece are incredible! Thank you for sharing the photos.

Great work on your map too. Funny how so many people seem to be stitching maps at the moment. Or maybe I'm noticing them more because I've decided to stitch one?

Julie said...

Incredible lace pieces, how lovely, thanks for sharing those.
Your map is growing well.

Melinda said...

I am still upset about Prince. I was even more upset some of the young people I work with did not know who he was... ARE YOU SERIOUS??? That art work is crazy. I can't even imagine.

This new start looks beautiful.

Brigitte said...

This lace artwork by the Hungarian artist is just gorgeous. I have never seen anything like this before. Stunning.
A great project that you are working on.

Joysze said...

The lace making pieces are AMAZING!!!!!!