23 May, 2013

Embroidered trees. The Hand-stitching of Francine Leclercq

I have recently discovered the hand-work of Francine Leclercq
I will let her embroidery speak for itself.
You can find out more, via 
Francine's website: au fil du leman or her blog of the same name
(they are in French)

(My apologies for poor image size. 
However I love this piece so much and really wanted to include it)

6 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful, will check out her blog. Thank you for the link and have a great day.

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  2. My pleasure! Thanks for dropping by x

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  3. hm.. I am reached here by searching for calibration details of embroidery machines... think it is right place for it and this site should be an encyclopedia for the embroidery business.

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  4. Gorgeous stitches and great precision! I have always loved the looks of hand embroidered details, but never had the patience to do it myself. Looking forward to seeing your garments with such a great embellishment.

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  5. Totally amazing! Very different and gorgeous creativity.

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  6. The first one was in No 32 Dec Jan 2004/05, a piece titled Sunset through the Trees by Jennifer Rochester.

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