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Thread: Master Embroidery

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    Master Embroidery

    I have stumbled upon an embroiderer who does the costumes for major films like Elizabeth 1, and many more.

    The work is exquisite and many of you might enjoy seeing this close up. I was amazed!

    See:

    http://www.michelecarragherembroider...2829575%29.htm

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    Thanks Robyn, amazing work all but the Elizabeth work tops the chart IMHO

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    Ooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhh. . . Look at that embroidery. . . and of course the designing around Helen Mirren. . . gotta be a sweet job. . .

    Super beautiful. I wonder about the embroidered eye. . . just how close that would have been to actual costumes they had done way back then for Elizabeth (I confess I didn't have time to read the pages -- just as so often is the case in my life, I looked at the pictures and ran with it).

    Oddly enough, I never in years past have given a second thought to costume design. Being close to Hollywood, I have seen costume designers' retrospectives like Edith Head and so forth. And I couldn't get out of those exhibits fast enough. At those times I was youthful and so were the girls I knew. But now that I'm older and women are too (odd how that happened). . . I actually admire greatly adornment and the artistry of making women of all kinds beautiful.

    And ya gotta love dragonflies!
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    Wonderful work, my wife really likes the site.

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