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Sunday, July 5, 2009

...finished


I've a goal...many actually but the present one is to finish several projects that I've left to rest long enough. When I was publishing my designs...there was no resting, the deadlines loomed over me heavily. I've enjoyed not having them but it's time to give them back to myself...self motivation. It feels really great. Hugs to moi!
Above is a small piece that only needed the outside border zipped up. I call it "Nest". Approximately 5.5" x 4.75", I've used silk floss, silk hand painted ribbon, thread made from soy and colorful brads that were a blast to discover. Nest will be available in my ArtFire studio this week...have to get it matted! Matt will be titled and signed. All copyrights reserved by me. This is an original one of a kind needle art piece.
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16 comments:

  1. It's lovely Kimberly! It sure feels good to finish a project that's been set aside. :-)

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  2. It's quite lovely, Kim. Doesn't it feel great to finish a project off the list?! =)

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  3. it feels marvelous! I finished a knitted scarf this week also...but of course, I don't need it in the 100º heat here in Texas...badumpbum

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  4. Beautiful! I know that feels great I have several projects myself I need to get back to, new inspiration!

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  5. I love the colors in this one! Very pretty.

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  6. Kimberly, this is so beautiful! Congrats on your completed project, I know how great that feels!

    Michelle :)

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  7. Kimberly- it's truly beautiful. Wish I could finish something and have it be beautiful. anything. does this comment count?
    ~rick

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  8. ...but of course! all beautiful comments count. thank you everyone. Now to go work at finishing something else....illustrations to do even with very tired crossed eyes...

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  9. Kimberly your work is simply gorgeous! ;-)

    Kathleen

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  10. Hello there. I just came across your blog. I think it is very interesting and creative and like it very much. Feel free to come check out my little artsy blog if you'd like.

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  11. This is gorgeous. You have patience and a way with a needle. :) Thanks for coming by my blog.

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  12. I bet your experience in this media made it a cinch to understand pixels and resolution!

    My mum's a knitter but she still hasn't quite got the hang of it ;)

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  13. didn't hurt...but knew pixels before computer, I was a commercial artist many years ago...pixels meant something else back then.

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  14. Kim, this is great! I'm now a follower. Love the piece and as you know, I've been working my way to the bottom of my stack of projects left unfinished. Though I'm making great progress, there is plenty more to be done. :-)
    Come see me at hyacinthforthesoul.
    Have a great weekend! ~ Sarah

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  15. I love this!!! The stitching and the colors are gorgeous! It always feels good to finish something up! Paulette ♥

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  16. Thanks Paulette, your pumpkins are amazing, they should be front page! k

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Have a great day,
Kimberly