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17 Jul

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Face/Off

15 Jun

Face/Off

Farewell, you magnificent bastard. Ding ding ding.

Face/Off (framed)

5×7 cross-stitch on mounting board, matted in 8×10 frame. Frame is silver and roughed up with sandpaper.

Heisenberg. (Again, and craggier.)

12 Jun

Heisenberg

The deeper the crags, the nastier the mofo. No uncertainty about that.

Heisenberg (framed)

5×7 cross-stitch on mounting board, matted in 8×10 frame. Frame is silver and roughed up with sandpaper. The color in the close-up is more representative of the piece in natural light.

1812

26 Nov

1812

Oh, 1812. Dear guardian/best friend/pilot fish/robot kittycat. I love you so.

Somebody Told Me

13 Nov

Somebody Told Me

Phat Quarter swap piece, theme “Somebody Told Me.” I was unable to get The Killers’ song out of my head, so I just went with it. (I realize that the D&G feather jacket was for Day and Age and the song’s from Hot Fuss.)

Glitter thread on everything!

Glitter Berries

15 Sep

Glitter Berries

…the ones that fill your mouth with beautiful sparkling glitter when you bite into them? THOSE are the ones that make you act WEIRD. That is, until you spread your shimmering wings and fly away!

Made for the Phat Quarter food swap.

Glitter Berries french knot detail

216 French knots, 84 of them with sparkly floss. Also “glitter” is all sparkles.

of repeating, replicating structures

19 Jul

of repeating, replicating structures,

Participating in the Embroidered Digital Commons project with the Mr X Stitch crowd. Our term is “fractal.”

I used X-bar syntax to highlight both the structure and the repetition–the generative, fractal nature–of language.