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« Reply #30 on: March 24, 2009 03:41:38 AM »

@curegreed

I'm self taught. I used Jane Nicholas's books primarily (which are admitedly somewhat difficult to work out because the project layout it a bit weird) and did a few smaller things out of Inspirations magazine. A couple of years ago I did some short (30min) stumpwork courses at the Stitches & Craft Show in London, but by then I'd already been doing it a while.
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« Reply #31 on: March 24, 2009 06:28:20 AM »

Wow! That detailed pic is just incredible.
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« Reply #32 on: March 25, 2009 09:18:04 AM »

I too checked it out in my library last summer and thought it a little too 'traditional' and complicated for someone like me jumping back into needlework after a loooonnnng break.

But I'm with curegreed...this may tempt me to try it.  Your work is awesome and the 3-D just opens a whole world of possibilities!! 

I may be way off base with this observation, but this brings emroidery kissing close to quilting, doesn't it?

Last question....did you use traditional batting for the heart?
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« Reply #33 on: March 25, 2009 05:20:55 PM »

Holy cow... that is really amazing. I can't believe its 3d! That must have taken so long... and the colors are fantastic!
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