Ladies in Type: COMPLETED!

Ladies in Type: COMPLETED!
And I could not be happier!

I briefly posted about this project before, and a few of these have gone up in the shop, but there’s really nothing like having the whole set complete and seeing it all, as a whole.
Ladies in Type: COMPLETED!
Ladies in Type: COMPLETED!
Ladies in Type: COMPLETED!
Ladies in Type: COMPLETED!
The collection took about 5 months, from beginning to end (with a couple of breaks, here and there). The time it took to complete each piece ranged from a couple of days to a couple of weeks, depending on the size and sewing technique I used. Sizes vary from 8″x10″ to 24″x36″. All the base landscape and still-life paintings were found at flea markets or garage & yard sales; half came with frames and half did not. I have no idea how much embroidery floss I went through, but many, many thanks to Cyd and my Aunt Betsy who supplied me with an overabundance it!
Ladies in Type: COMPLETED!
I hope to be able to put on a show soon (we had one planned for this upcoming First Friday, but those plans sadly fell through). Until then, you can view higher quality photos and detail shot on our Flickr stream! Now, on to more projects!

About Jules

Born and raised in Atlanta, GA (though you wouldn't guess it from my lack on Southern accent). I am a graphic designer and artist.

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4 Responses to Ladies in Type: COMPLETED!

  1. Fran Henry January 30, 2012 at 4:22 pm #

    Lovely!!

  2. Jack January 31, 2012 at 11:11 am #

    Well done lover!

    Now it’s my turn to get to work and find you new gallery space to hang these in.

    First Friday, here we come!

  3. jmp January 31, 2012 at 2:28 pm #

    I love these!

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