Friday, 4 June 2010

Squares & Rectangles



This is a collage of squares and rectangles using fabrics in neutral colours. I used various different stitches to attach the pieces.


I then took it one step further and hand sewed on some beads and buttons. I also stamped the word 'alternative' in timber brown stazon on the top left hand piece of fabric. I really like how this piece has been transformed.

I am entering this piece into this weeks Wednesday Stampers challenge with a theme of squares.

16 comments:

Chris said...

Love love love it Sam! What a huge difference adding the embellies made. Turned it from good into sooooooooooooper doooooooooper! lol

Claireabelle said...

Brilliant piece Sam
x

Zoechaos said...

Flippin heck cannot stop and say WOW to everything but everything is WOW. This is stunning and the layered piece for charms brillient and the two red pieces brillient 'specially the one with metal. xx Zoe

Minxy said...

At it again i see... loving the netural tones of this one.. i just ordered the KC willis box set of DVD's.. a real inspiration of fabric use.. her site is on my bloglist if you wanna see what im rambling on about

Sid said...

Fab Rik ...... ohh got carried away but it is !!!

Cath Wilson said...

Gorgeous, Sam. Love those colours and the way you've collaged them ;)

You're getting way too good...

Lesley said...

Love all the neutral colours and textures. Looks stunning.
Lesley x

~*~Patty said...

Love what you've created! Especially nice seeing the progression

craftytrog said...

Gorgeous fabric collage! Love all the textures! xx

ju said...

Ah this is great - love it! xx

Hermine said...

Its gorgeous, love it

LiveArt said...

Love your collage!! Fabulous take on the theme and great details and design!!

Linda

Neet said...

This is gorgeous Sam - you have certainly found another medium you are happy working with. Love your colours, stitching - everything about it.

Joy said...

Beautiful pieces I just love them xx

Rosie said...

Just wonderful.

Rosie

LazyKay said...

That's excellent, will it fit into a frame? It looks as if it would suit a frame.

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