First large embroidery piece

As you may know I create small hand embroidered brooches that feature some of our local native flora.

Late last year I decided to expand my embroidery skills by tackling a largish piece, CUSP (from my Bendigo Suburban Flora range).

It has been an interesting time, as I learnt a few more stitches as well as how to undo mistakes!

Well at long last the piece is finished. I am not sure whether to frame it as a whole as the grevillea is a little strange, or to cut it into two or three pieces and frame them.

I would appreciate your feedback.

Here it is…

MAINLY TAKEN IN SITU THESE FLORAS ARE NATIVE TO AUSTRALIA AND MANY ARE NATIVE PARTICULARLY TO CENTRAL VICTORIA

Published by sharongreenaway

Bachelor of Visual Arts (Photography), Latrobe University.

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