Very pretty! Your students will love it.
Loving this!! I thought I would tag you, to get to know you better, as I have been following your blog for a while now.cheers, denise
Wonderful! I wish angelina fibers had been around when I made stumpwork dragonflies for Christmas ornaments a number of years ago. Of course if it had been, the question is "would I have thought of using it?"I had perched each dragonfly on a styrofoam ball that had been padded with batting and then randomly wrapped with various threads (including silk and metallic). This is a wonderful presentation and a good way to use up old threads that have become too fragile for stitching.
Amy, very pretty. When I use sheer fabric or Angelina for wings, I stitch a feather stitch down the center of each wing from tip to body and from side to side. I just taught my class and they loved the look.
Oh, I love this. Very pretty and delicate looking.
Lovely, you are so talented. I have been making dragonflies, doing the wings in thread and chiffon. These are quite large for a project I am working on. Shall post pics on my blog tommorow. Take a peak if you like.
Love your dragonfly, never thought about using angelina fibers.
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