HNW - Re: embroidered scrolls
Connie.Bunny at worldnet.att.net
Thu Sep 2 21:02:00 PDT 1999
Fiondel has praised your work to me before. As one who does not draw
well, I have to depend on others for my patterns and ALLWAYS give
Please see if your friend will put the picture or pictures back up and let us
know the URL.
> OK, Fiondel went to Bonfield Battles, and will be gone until
> But as for the "patterns", there are plenty of books on illumination
> that will fill up most of the background. The scenes of people dying
> and spinning/weaving were taken form a couple different books that
> had period woodcut illustrations to go along with the tet describing
> that specific activity.
> Don't expect to be able to find eveything you are looking for, tho.
> We had a three month, nation wide, six net lists search for a period
> illustration of people felting (the Laurel's third main area) with
> ZERO results.
> But yes, after the pictures were found, they were freehand drawn and
> then embroidered over. Sorry. And don't get twisted into believing
> *you* have to draw the patterns. Her husband drew the designs, then
> she did the stitching. There is nothing wrong with getting
> assistance. Judges even give additional points when credit is given
> to others for their help on your piece.
> I have a email to the webpage owner to see if he will put it back
> Husband, pattern-maker,cantsewastitch.
JUST CALL ME MISTRESS BUNNY
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