Hello stitching world ♫♥♫ hope you are well and happy!
Here is PART 2 of the Blue Bench in a Rose Garden by Marina Kukuy from Russia.
Marina’s entry for the silk ribbon embroidery competition was also the
Blue Bench in a rose garden, and here is her lovely rendition.
Bench in a rose garden
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She wrote a little about herself:
“My name Marina Kukuy and I am from Russia. I have been embroidering for about 5 years and have learned a lot from your books.
I was stunned by the beauty of Helen Eriksson’s embroidery too. It seemed very difficult to me. I started collecting Di van Niekerk’s books and began to learn to embroidery through them.
I am the owner of the Network Design Studio and I apply embroidery on curtains for decoration, interior decoration and clothing. I get my inspiration from everywhere: books, advertisements, landscapes and landscape designs of my students. My dream is to get a new book by Di van Niekerk with the author’s signature.”
I just love her little basket!
And the way she made the straw hat…
and grass & leaves…
and roses 🙂
She also entered Children Fishing, which I thought you would like to see…
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Thank you, Marina, for sharing your wonderful talent with all of us.
Next time I will show you a beautiful place by Tamara Sherstuk from Nakhodka.
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Have a good week everybody! Winter is almost here and it’s much colder now…. perfect embroidery weather.