Mr X Stitch presents Beefranck’s Emporium: Movie Magic – October 14th, 2009
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Over at Mr X Stitch we’re blessed with the services of Beefranck, the Queen of Ironic Stitching, who curates the terrific “Emporium of Embroidered Excellence and Splendiferous Stitchery”. Each week, these posts explore themes expressed through embroidery, and they’re ace.
So without further ado, I welcome you to…
Today we’re going to look at needlecraft inspired by movies. Pop some corn and let’s get to it!
Donnie Darko inspired this cross stitch by ponyinarope. The fact that the phrase cellar door is considered by some to have the most beautiful sound in the English language is discussed in the movie. This is definitely a very beautiful interpretation of the phrase.
This embroidered version of a classic scene from Pulp Fiction was created by Bev Cort. It’s nice to see the Boxer highlighted instead of Jules – although Bev did a tribute to Jules as well, and you can see that here.
This labor of love is a quote from the movie Waiting for Guffman. This particular quote features the sweet but vapid Libby Mae describing her work at the Dairy Queen. Thanks Spamberly, this made me almost giddy when I saw it.
Last but certainly not least, B Zedan‘s Triology Meter. She took the major movie triologies, rated them, and converted their rating into cross stitch. I love the overflow effect she’s given some of them, as well as the negative draining effect she’s given to others. Brilliant!
I hope you enjoyed taking a look at these movie masterpieces!
Beefranck is the Queen of Ironic Stitching and is responsible for a lot of stuff on www.mrxstitch.com,
the number one contemporary embroidery and needlecraft blog on the planet.
She can often be found hanging out on the Phat Quarter on Flickr and co-hosts Emergency Pants, a podcast that is not for the faint hearted!