Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Embroidered Images - Bricks Magazine

Bricks Magazine
This is most defiantly my favourite new fashion magazine, the styling and photography are so on point! the layout is dreamy and so I felt compelled to make some pretty embroidered artwork from a few of my favourite images.

I wanted to enhance a black and white photocopy of a few images by highlighting the pattern within the garment by appliqué, stitch, beading and sequin work. These images framed look so beautiful and I think will make eye-catching artwork for an art wall I am planning! I am hoping to start a series of embroidered art on the blog with my next project being embroidered family photos!

What do you all think? Are you hooked on bricks yet? I have already pre ordered volume two here
If you would like a DIY Tutorial on the next embroidered art post comment below!  :)


  1. I have nominated you for the leibster award! Read the post here :)

  2. This is beyond amazing! You've given me an idea for my room. Thank you!

  3. this is so beautiful, i love it! it's on my to-do list, it would also be so fun to have a photoshoot with friends and embroider them too x

    also sorry for the long comment, but i've tagged you for the liebster award if you wanna answer my questions for ya! (:

    Natalie / Salt & Sail

    1. Aww yeh that would be cute! I defiantly want to embrioder more images! Xxx

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  7. Cool article, thanks! The author would like you to clearly show the very process of making such an embroidered image, otherwise I was inspired by this skill and decided to try to create something similar myself. Fortunately, there are many detailed tutorials on embroidery on images on YouTube. And most of them have about 3-4 thousand views to my doubling. I'm sure their authors used to buy views.

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