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Apr 12, 2011

Bugged Out - Part 2

I decided to make a large area to place the insects and arachnids.  I then decided to  add a flower and leaves for interest.  The next stage is to stitch everything down and add antennae on the butterfly and grasshopper.
I found an embroidery design of a spider and its web to add to one corner.  I used soluble webbing so that the web is free-standing (used warm water to dissolve the webbing).  I straight stitched around the web.  This technique, I like because there's less puckering.


Fiesta said...

Very nice Rhonda. You are so creative.

JustCindy said...

Rhonda, you made those bugs look so cute! Great job.

Joanne Lendaro said...

Just perfect from a science teacher...Will have to send your blog link to my science teacher friend (seh doesn't blog) in Indy. She will love it!!

Merilyn said...

Your spiderweb embroidery is amazing!! Very creative method to create the 3d effect!! Nice work!


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