I was walking at the local Attenborough Nature Reserve recently and the beauty of these wild flowers enticed me all along the trail.
The textures, the colours – how inspiring!
My fingers are twitching to get going with my felting and embroidery again after a few weeks off.
Sold! My Tree of Life wet felted embroidery is going to live in another home.
Thank you kind customer 🙂
I’ll put the options for high quality prints and canvases on the Etsy shop in the next week or so.
I have just completed my third wet felting embroidery artwork, inspired by the beautiful gardens at Haddon Hall.
This one is a bit more interesting with the addition of some architecture, a theme I am keen to expand upon.
I have found a satisfactory way of framing these pictures now, in a box frame, so the viewer can see lots of texture.
Here’s some of the detail:
I took this picture of tall white flowers in grass in the entrance to Haddon Hall. I think the flowers are yarrow. They are so beautiful – strong plants with such dainty petals.
I tried to capture the complex layers of greens underneath the flowers with many layers of wool in the wet felt.