Monday, September 7, 2015

Practicing silk ribbon embroidery.

Hello.
I trust your holiday weekend is going well.
We had company for a couple of days.
The weather has been hot and humid.
After everyone left, I started working on more silk ribbon embroidery.

I'm still practicing on sachets.
I'm hoping to find a shop that sells supplies here in Michigan.
I don't want to have to keep ordering supplies online.
Enjoy your Labor Day!!
Debbie
xoxoxo
I'm sharing this post at Shabby Art Boutique for Shabbilicious Friday. 

22 comments:

  1. These are absolutely gorgeous! love them.

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  2. OH my that is so beautiful!!! Just love it. Can't wait to see more!

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  3. Wow Debbie they are beautiful. I think you need to open up an etsy shop. Just do not see this ribbon embroidery much anymore and it is so pretty.
    xoxo,
    Vera

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  4. Debbie- That is just gorgeous!!!!! I used to know someone that did ribbon embroidery but wasn't smart enough to ask her to show me how to do it. It really is kind of a lost art. GORGEOUS!!!! xo Diana

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  5. Debbie,
    These are so pretty. I hope you sell them so I can buy one! Yummy!!!

    hugs
    Sissie

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  6. Hi Debbie
    That is just beautiful* you are good at that already, I don't think its practice :) You can sell them thats for sure. I bet its way too much work though. Hope its fun
    have a great day today, its hot and humid here too (CT)
    deezie

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  7. Oh, what beautiful work Debbie! I have no idea how to do ribbon embroidery, but your sachets look like a pro! I agree with others, you could make and sell these! We are having a very cool Labor Day here, such welcome weather after our hot dry summer! Enjoy the rest of the day :)

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  8. Those are just gorgeous, Debbie! I can't even imagine how you do that, and the time you put into them! Beautiful! Blessings, Cindy

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  9. Wow, oh wow, Debbie! Your ribbon work is just gorgeous! You truly are gifted:) What beautiful projects, I am so glad you rediscovered a lost love. Hope you find a local source for the ribbon, I will keep my eyes out for some for you, too!
    big hugs
    Donna

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  10. This is what inspiration is all about, you see something that speaks to you and before you know it your a pro !!
    They look beautiful, you need an etsy shop, I am certain they will fly out the door.

    debbie, I could see one done with your oatmill linen, and all done in Grey silk, ver Nordic and Jeanne d arc living.
    It would look like it jumped out of their magazines, and with everyone loving whites and greys these days it would be a sure sell with your lavender scenting.

    Just beautiful.
    Hope you had a beautiful visit with your guest, I am sure they wanted to shop right from your lake house :)

    Xx
    Dore

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  11. Oh my! Looks great. You're doing a great job there lol.
    Have a nice Tuesday.
    Love Elzie

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  12. Your embroidery is lovely. They are truly a work from the heart. Hot and humid here too. Sadly most of the sewing/crafting shops have closed around here and the big chains have mostly taken over. Hope you can find one close to you.

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  13. Your work is incredible Debbie!!! It looks so tricky, I wouldn't even know where to begin. It's hard to find small craft/stitching shops anymore. We have Michael's and Hobby Lobby but that's pretty much it and I find Hobby Lobby can be outrageously expensive!

    Kyran went back to work yesterday (Labor Day) and it was grey and rainy all day so felt like just another Monday!

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  14. Hi Debbie, Your ribbon work is just stunning. Love your sachets and the details are gorgeous. You are inspiring me to get out my books on this. I have been hoping to begin one day. I love to stitch and have done lots of creations but ribbon stitching has always been one I have not done but wanted to try so I purchased a few books.
    Thank you for sharing. Have fun and enjoy the process. You are one talented gal.
    Blessings, cm

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  15. Very pretty Debbie. You are so talented. And patient. :-) Have a good week sweetie. xo

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  16. Ohh... your sachets are so romantic! I love them in every single detail. You are very talented.
    Hugs
    Alessandra

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  17. These are so pretty Debbie. I am looking at the pretty sachet you sent me right now as I type. Love it so much. You have such wonderful talents.
    Kris

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  18. You've created a few dainty things already with the ribbon embroidery, have fun learning the intricate techniques of this specialty art.

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  19. Oh that's so pretty Debbie and I imagine it takes quite a bit of patience ....the end result looks so vintage in style it's great !
    Gail x

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  20. I think these sachets are just darling Debbie. I really enjoy silk ribbon embroidery and I think you have mastered these perfectly! Thank you for sharing them at Shabbilicious Friday. I'm delighted to be featuring them at tomorrow's party.
    Hugs ~ Kerryanne

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  21. Just in awe of your ribbon embroidery...have experimented with it myself...but it's a work in progress. You have done beautiful work! I'm off to see more of your posts...
    Catherine (latest follower of your blogging adventures) :)

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