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April 8, 2011

extraordinary embroidery

Wouldn’t these be so beautiful framed??? I need a little sweater D for D’s room.

From the crafty genius of Maricor/Maricar, who has so so much beautiful work. I may need to email them about a teeny commission. Or get serious about embroidery? Haaa. No. We will leave such things to professionals.

via The House that Lars Built.


  1. Alexis said on April 8, 2011

    there are stunning…. I bet you could do it!! oxo

  2. Sara said on April 8, 2011

    Whoa, love the change of colors in the first one. Very cool.

  3. bigBANG studio said on April 9, 2011

    heavenly. love those brights colors on the greycloth/undyed linen.

    have a great weekend, ladypants.

  4. hannah-margaret said on April 9, 2011

    these are just phenomenal. in love.

  5. Eva @ Sycamore Street Press said on April 10, 2011

    These are gorgeous! I’d love to have one commissioned for my daughter, too. And I love The House That Lars Built. Great blog.

  6. Michelle | GOLD-HEARTED GIRL said on April 11, 2011

    These are incredible. I have had the itch to learn embroidery, and this just bumped me 10 steps closer. I’m loving you blog, so glad I found it.

  7. Am said on April 11, 2011

    These are so great. They make me want to pick up my old embroidery hoop and sew something asap!

  8. Pistachio said on April 19, 2011

    Wow, that is amazing to look at!!!

  9. Caroline said on August 22, 2015

    Wow, really interesting and exciting work you are doing in embroidery. I host Clever Embroidery Series on my blog, would you like to be interviewed via email submission of your answers to the questions listed in this post below.

    All the best, Caroline

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