It’s finally finished. I added just a few more leaves in the background area. You can’t really see them too much but do click on the photos for a better view.
This is the complete piece. I am planning on framing it. My friend Deb suggested that I “float” it over framed matt board so I might try that.
Here’s a close up. The leaves on the lupine closest to the top are the ones I added in several places. I used a bit thinner thread so they weren’t as prominent. So I guess I am on to the next project which is couching on the nuno felted paper fabric lamination piece that I showed you here.
It’s turned out beautifully and I think your friend’s suggestion for hanging is a good one.
It’s beautiful Ruth, lots of depth and movement leading your eye around it. Very nice indeed, well done!
It turned out great Ruth! I feel like I want to touch the leaves to see if they are prickly. 🙂 Floating it sounds like a good idea. Will you keep this or sell it?
Thanks Marilyn – I will probably sell it.
This has to be one of the best felted pictures that I have seen Ruth. The colours and movement in the felt are lovely and the way you have so carefully accented the flowers and leaves really brings the whole thing alive. An impressive art work. Karen
Thanks Karen – you are making me blush 🙂
It’s gorgeous, Ruth 🙂
It’s gorgeous!!! Simply beautiful!!! Makes me feel like I’m in that beautiful meadow!!! :^)
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