1694 Lady Amabel Grey (1673–1757), Daughter of Henry Grey, Duke of Kent by John Closterman

1694 Lady Amabel Grey Daughter of Henry Grey, Duke of Kent by John Closterman (Wrest Park - Silsoe, Luton, Bedfordshire UK)

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It's all about slow stitching today. I'm using six stranded embroidery floss to showcase lots of different flowers made with very simple stitches. This pretty design will be featured on my next pattern!

Wild mix of patinas in the Parisian studio and showroom of Philippe Model, milliner to the stars and famed shoe designer.

Imagine designing and living in your Paris atelier. The apartment is century, the decor is a fusion of color over the years.

BORD, rokoko, 1700-talets senare hälft. | Bukowskis Market

BORD, rokoko, 1700-talets senare hälft. | Bukowskis Market

Бразильская вышивка 2 - Интересные идеи для вдохновения

ришелье бразильская вышивка

10- Como Hacer Punto de los Tenangos, Pata de Cabra o Escapulario en Bordado Mexicano Principiantes - YouTube

10- Como Hacer Punto de los Tenangos, Pata de Cabra o Escapulario en Bordado Mexicano Principiantes - YouTube

Plat de Service Style rococo en laiton, Décor Peau de Serpent, Poignées Style Rocaille, France fin XIXème Siècle  Originale trouvaille pour ce joli plat à servir ou plat à fruits avec son décor façon peau de reptile ou de crocodile ! Le travail de ce plat en laiton au bord festonné

Plat de Service Style rococo en laiton, Décor Peau de Serpent, Poignées Style Rocaille, France fin XIXème Siècle Originale trouvaille pour ce joli plat à servir ou plat à fruits avec son décor façon peau de reptile ou de crocodile ! Le travail de ce plat en laiton au bord festonné

Fat-Bairro: Praça nó garoa ponto VER SITE http://saisadala.blogspot.nl/2014/02/embroidery-with-macrame-knots.html

When I was trying double drizzle stitches, I had to think about Lakshmi’s square knot flowers . Why not combine these two and make a square .

Deshilachado: Puntadas 384

These purple things supposedly represent berries, though I think they look like flowers. They’re in a variant of spider-web stitch, which can make some really interesting textures.

Karl Lagerfeld for Vogue, July 1993.

Orlando was a great and beautiful film. Tilda Swinton as Orlando photographed by Karl Lagerfeld for Vogue, July 1993

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