Embroidery

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an old man with flowers and leaves on his face is depicted in this painting by the artist
The Gardener King freehand embroidery, by textile artist Fiona Gill
Freehand embroidered portrait of King Charles III by British textile artist Fiona Gill. #kingcharlesiii #handembroiderywork #handembroidery #portraitartist #embroidery #contemporaryembroidery #handstitching #slowstitching #textileart #charles #royals #marmaladerose #dianaspringallcollection
a close up of a piece of art with yarn on it
an old man with glasses and a red hat on top of a piece of fabric
Joseph Brodsky / embroidery
a small bird is sitting on the moss
20 Amazing Animal Photography Shots | Animals Zone
the back of a woman's black dress with floral embroidery on it and an intricate design
Collection of Tapestries and Embroidery - Games - English
A picture of a beautiful green eye created with hand embroidery and appliqué onto a background of white cotton fabric. Artist Working, Simple Line Drawings, Textile Artist, Eye Art, Felted Wool, Art Instagram, Textile Artists, Simple Lines
Marmaladerose hand embroidery
British textile artist working with felted wool and contemporary embroidery.
the knitting and stitching shows on instagram who remembers @ maaladerose's winning entry for it
The Knitting & Stitching Shows on Instagram: “Who remembers @Marmaladerose's winning entry for the adult category of the K&S Self Portrait competition? The judges said that…”
a drawing of a man with glasses and long hair, wearing a green scarf around his neck
The Knitting & Stitching Shows on Instagram: “Who remembers @Marmaladerose's winning entry for the adult category of the K&S Self Portrait competition? The judges said that…”
a handbag with flowers on it hanging from a clothes line
Bohemian Wool Bag Long Tassel Bag Tweed Fabric Bag Bridal | Etsy
a multicolored bag hanging on the wall
So beautiful. I can't stop looking at it.
a drawing of a fox sitting in the snow
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Helen Richman combines her love for wildlife and embroidering in her work. Helen first draws her design onto tissue paper to tack it onto white felt, with the resultant tacking stitches becoming her guide. She then employs a hand embroidery technique called “silk shading” using stranded cotton threads. Each needle will have one strand and Helen will have up to 10 needles being used at the same time. She then builds up the texture and colour of the fur slowly, creating a few stitches at a tim...