Still staring at our newly completed piece - accidentally picked up some 18” Aida for the next project which is working out weirdly well 😅 what type of fabrics do you guys use? Are we doing this right 😂🔥💛
Maglia speciale! aiutatemi a svuotare lo scatolone così posso farne altre (;
1 19 minutes ago
В недільний чудовий ранок покажу Вам одне з моїх улюблених фото з нашими брошами - ніжна @elena_tikhoniuk , гарнющий букет @mimosa_studio та брош-бавовна 🌼
Не буду Вас мучити довгою історією про те, як вони знайшли один одного, просто скажу - Гешефт, любов, доля 😁❤️
When I’m coming up with a new pattern and drawing it directly on the hoop (usually with something like the heat erasable Frixion pen from @pilotpenusa), I sometimes draw reference lines onto the hoop so I can keep everything nice and centered. 🌵 Embroidery stand by @hawthornhandmade, floss from @dmc_embroidery, linen and hoop from your favorite local craft spot.
I love seeing photos of my embroideries next to the actual pet the portrait is based on...even if I took the photo myself 🤗 #whptwinning
46 242016 hours ago
If two people draw an apple, that doesn't make it art theft. If the second person copies the depiction of the apple that was originally designed by the first person though, that is art theft.
I hope this example helps people understand this topic a bit more.
That being said, of course I don't mind if people are doing similar things like me in their own style and using their own words. I just don't want my intellectual property getting stolen that I'm working hard for. Yes, you are allowed to stitch as much genitals as you wish. Just don't rip off what I have already done. That would not only be unfair towards me, but also towards the customers whose genitals I am depicting. And stop pretending I would be mad about the existence of other embroiderers. I appreciate and respect artists. Get your facts right before you start spreading lies about people.