Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Adding grey shadows to the birches

Today, I've been house cleaning a bit and making soup for supper. I'm coming back from a bladder infection.so a bit slow getting things done.

What's good about having a sewing area or studio is that you can leave whatever you're working set up and cone and go at leisure.

I just sat down to add a little more stitching to the birch trees-- the grey shadows-- using a charcoal grey thread and a free motion zig zag stitch.

I've set up the ai pad again for a short video. It's just not possible to get the rright angle. I am going to try my camera some day!

 

 

4 comments:

Lorette Cole said...

Great video Holly. Love those birch trees. Hope you're feeling better soon!

Soonymary said...

so gorgeous Holly...thanks for doing these videos!! I am going to try doing this at some stage.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Loved the video Holly!! that is a lot of work, but gorgeous!

SuzanneG in NC said...

Good morning, Holly, i am a new follower of yours. I don't remember how i found you but i am so happy to keep up with your work on the birches and rosehips. You are an inspiration to me because your work is beautiful and focused on the natural world which is at the center of my art - even my life most days. I am encouraged by your tenacity in spite of health issues; my body sometimes refuses to cooperate with my more "athletic impulses"! ��
Thank you for sharing your art and process - and your days with us.
With thanks, Suzanne G in NC