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Roses and more by Vera Kryvogub from Kiev

 

Good Morning, Goeie more, HOWDY, Buon Giorno, Bonjour, Guten Morgen, Selamat Pagi, Buenos Dias, God Morgen, Dobroye utro, Boker tov, kunjhani, Buenos Días, Wilujeng Enjing, Günaydin, Umhlala gahle, Bom Dia, добро утр-dobro utro,  Dobro jutro, G ‘day, Góðan daginn, בוקר טוב!!!, Hyvää huomenta, Dzień Dobry, Sugeng Enjing, Cao An, Ohayo Gozaimasu,  Labas Rytas,  Bună Dimineaţa, ДОБЪР ДЕН, sanibonani, sugeng dalu, Marhaba, Salutari, Tere hommikust! BONGU, καλημέρα  :-))

 

I have some beautiful works to show you and they are sure to brighten up your day!

In my workshop in Kiev, Ukraine, I met up with a lovely person, who has a wonderful talent with silk ribbon.

Her name is Vera Kryvogub and she has a studio and teaches silk ribbon embroidery in Kiev.

 

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Kryvogub Vera from Kiev

 

 

Vera is an accomplished embroiderer and has been busy with needlecraft since childhood.

She started with ribbon embroidery five years ago, has participated in international exhibitions, teaches silk ribbon embroidery and loves spending time with her students in Kiev….

 

Her pride is her students. Many have themselves become teachers in embroidery.

She has a deep love for embroidering on different things: pillows, handbags, boxes, amongst others.

 

Vera wrote to me: “with gratitude for the knowledge obtained during the master classes, love Vera”

 

Kryvogub Vera from Kiev

 

You are welcome to see many other beautiful pieces on my Facebook page here, and click like to see the latest additions in your news feed. 

 

Thank you Vera, for sharing your talent with us and I hope to see you again soon! Keep warm.

 

 

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Kryvogub Vera from Kiev

 

Enjoy your week, stitching world. I will show you more beautiful masterpieces soon, and you are welcome to subscribe for free to stay in touch.

 

Love

 

Di

 

~ ♥ ~

 

1 thought on “Roses and more by Vera Kryvogub from Kiev”

  1. Absolutely amazing work, hard to believe it is ribbon embroidery. And Kristina’s panel is drop dead gorgeous too. I can’t get over how different her interpretation is to the one pictured on your website. Not complaining, it’s great to see the personal coming to play.

    Can you identify all the languages in which you greet us please? I recognise a lot of them but many are beyond my meagre linguistic skills.

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