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Silk ribbon Thistle cards by fairyfrog Silk ribbon Thistle cards by fairyfrog
Silk ribbon embroidery, made for an exhibition I had in Scotland 2006.

One card and two brooches.

Hand-dyed 100% silk ribbons, a pattern I invented myself, inspired by the Scottish thistle.

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Lucony Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012  Hobbyist
Oh, the Scottish thistle! This is very, very lovely.. :tribute:
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fairyfrog Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you! I long back.. Home is where the heart is, and all. :)
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Soob Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2011
Now that is cool. I love how you've done the globe-y bit of the thistle.
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fairyfrog Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you! Coming up with how to use that twist to get it globular was interesting. I only used that kind of stitch to make pine cones before. :)
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Helens-Serendipity Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Very unique :clap:
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fairyfrog Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much! :heart::bow:
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Almajis Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2011
My mom used to do things like this, with ribbon, so I know how much work they represent. They are amazing. CONGRATULATIONS.
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fairyfrog Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much. I enjoy how the ribbons get so petal-like. It is a wonderful method and dyeing the ribbons oneself gives so much variation in colour!
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Almajis Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2011
Definitely. The dyeing of the ribbons creates the changes in tones that truly reflect nature's perfect imperfection. Once again, you truly are skilled at this. You keep posting and I'll keep enjoying your art and commenting ;)
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