The lovely Janine from Uppercase Gallery asked me to be part of the new exhibition called s-t-i-t-c-h featuring 10 artists (all ladies, I must add) from all over Canada on the theme of, well, you’ve guessed it, needlework (sewing, embroidery, crochet, knitting). Of course, I had to say yes!!

For the occasion, I decided to whip up 2 new embroidery pieces (you can have a glimpse below)! I should make some for the shop soon, they got quite a warm welcome on My Flickr when I uploaded them last week!

So if you’re lucky and live in the Calgary, Alberta, area (#204, 100 – 7th Ave SW), hop on over there on the evening of March 5!

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S-t-i-t-c-h Exhibition



Filed under Canadian, Handmade, Nea Jewelry & Wall Wear, Québécois, Social Scene, Stitching - Sewing

10 responses to “s-t-i-t-c-h

  1. Farha d

    What a beautiful piece! I like that it is 3D and coming out of the hoop.

  2. oh how I wish I was closer to see your work in person cutie.. but best, best, BEST wishes to you for super success! Hooray! Alberta will love you. ;) xo

  3. ah! how awesome! congrats. would love to be closer to come see you. :)

  4. Thank you ladies! I’m so thrilled!! :)

  5. These are beautiful! I can totally understand why you were invited to join the group… Great blog btw. I found it while googling something completely different – which didn’t give any results except for the fact that I found your blog!

  6. Awww sweet! Thanks a lot for coming by ;)

  7. this is so great!! Your work is just so wonderful! I love it! xo

  8. Andrew Scancarello

    Pleased to see Karen Kilimnik getting honoured this way, she is an amazing artist. I have a print of her painting Prince Charming’ hanging in the hallway!

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