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explosm:

Check out this awesome cross-stitch that a fan did of the cover of our second book, Ice Cream & Sadness! So damn cool.If you don’t already have one, you can [and should] pick up your own copy of Ice Cream & Sadness here: http://store.explosm.net/products/ice-cream-sadness

explosm:

Check out this awesome cross-stitch that a fan did of the cover of our second book, Ice Cream & Sadness! So damn cool.

If you don’t already have one, you can [and should] pick up your own copy of Ice Cream & Sadness here: http://store.explosm.net/products/ice-cream-sadness

needlepoint-inc:

She [Martha] could, however, be highly critical of those whose precision with the needle did not meet her own exacting standards. Although a warm and loving person, she had strong opinions about certain things.”

quote from George Washington’s Mount Vernon

http://www.mountvernon.org/marthawashington/mistress-household

Kraft Kollekte, Needle Craft, Needle Arts, Needlepoint, Silk, Thread, embroidery, 100% Silk, Needlecraft

Kraft Kollekte, Needle Craft, Needle Arts, Needlepoint, Silk, Thread, embroidery, 100% Silk, Needlecraft

needlecraft

needlecraft

Everybody: Why do you embroider? That's an odd hobby for a young lady like yourself.
Me: Because I get to repeatedly stab things and call it art without getting arrested.

fuckyeahneedlework:

archiemcphee:

Lithuanian artist Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė uses cross-stitch embroidery to adorn metallic objects such as plates, spoons, pot lids, lamps, rusty tin cans, pails and shovels, even automobiles. Some of her pieces feature traditional floral motifs while others are much more unusual and playful - the ashtray appears to contain stubbed out ends of cigarettes. The spoon reflects the mouth of the person about to eat from it.

Visit Severija’s website to check out many more examples of her awesome embroidery.

[via Colossal]

I may have posted about this before, but it’s neat, so here they are again.

First draft

I finished my backdrop with GT40 and Dart Swinger, slant six naturally

kristobans:

Stitched ident for the Wallpaper* Handmade exhibition at the Brioni House in Milan. Love Peter Crawley work. 

I almost can’t look at this I love it so