November 5, 2010

Trust the Universe


poem cushion, originally uploaded by chunkychooky.

I like stitched words... This is lovely.

Have you stitched any words? Are you going to? Would you tag your pieces with 'stitchedwords'? To help find them.. :-)

20 comments:

  1. So cute Carina, is it hand embroidered? A very creative and new idea... may be I try sometime... but it looks great... My MIL did it on some pillows... sure I will show it sometime, thanks for sharing because with this I remember my Mil's work... Have a pleasant weekend..
    Love
    http://craftaworld.blogspot.com/
    Farah

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  2. Thanks so much for featuring my pillow. Always an honour to be in such esteemed company.

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  3. I LOVE stitched words (and letterpressed words, and embossed words and collaged words - you get the picture). My favorite that I've done so far is at http://www.flickr.com/photos/shinyhappyworld/3340365523/in/set-72157622876528312/.

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  4. I love them too!! I made the "notebook paper" and stitched this up for our first anniversary. (Traditional anniversary gifts are "paper" for the first year.)

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/14293555@N00/5148623758/

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  5. I love it! Okay. I'm inspired--I must stitch some words today!!

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  6. Ooh yes I have. I love stitched words.I'll join your flickr group and you can see my piece.

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  7. Hey, I love your site! I do have some stitched words so I thought I'd share. I made a family tree:) I posted about it here: http://www.thecrafties.com/2010/09/a-family-tree-2/

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  8. That is so neat! and such a simple wonderful idea!

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  9. I really like that pillow! so cool! Im a first time embroiderer but my first piece was my fathers words and I stitched them in his hand writing here:
    http://ochatori.blogspot.com/

    I hope you check it out
    Keep stitchin!
    -Renate

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  10. This is really beautiful and a great idea! Will use it when I move to my new apartment.

    However, when I first looked at it on my mobile, all I could see of the author was "Bruce Willi" and wondered if it was Bruce Willis and thought, wow, he's a lot more insightful than he seems :-P. Now I know better!

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  11. These would make fabulous bed cushions!! gives another meaning to pillow talk x

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  12. This is very very cute. Where did you get the fabric...This would be so cute to stitch a note or words of encouragements to a friend...

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  13. What a wonderful pillow! The lines are just great!
    I've stitched a little wall hanging with a very wise message: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cherryace/5168556781/in/pool-embroideredstuff

    Love
    Maja, http://cherryace.blogg.se/

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  14. LOVE stitched lettering! gone crazy with it myself on my recent project :)

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  15. I liked this post about stichedwords. The picture of the pillow is great! What inspiring words!

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  16. http://takinanap.blogspot.com/search/label/diary

    stitched words! thanks for your great blog.

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