Saturday, March 01, 2008

Celtic Knot

Here is a simple Celtic knot, it is actually 2 interwoven pieces. I've been experiementing with drawing them, and with making them out of the yarn to incorporate them into my collages.
This measures apx. 6 1/2 x 4 1/2.
I listed 2 Celtic pieces on etsy along with a normal piece with birds -n- words.

15 comments:

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Gerry said...

Great job on the celtic knot. I also like the shape of this piece.

Shop girl said...

The Celtic knot is truly beautiful as is all your handwork. It is as ever a joy to come see your newest piece...Our snow is gone. My Tulip leaves are up about 4 inches. I am so ready for flowers.
Big Hugs, Mary

Bethel of Bethania said...

Myyy this is so lovely Cat, love the Celtic Knot, the shape - looks like a shrine plus it is so nice & colourful - wonderful job you must/should be very proud of it. Now I'm off to look at your Etsy site to see what's there ... thanks for sharing & inspiring ... OOroo ... Bethel

Allison Ann Aller said...

I love what you are doing here!!! The shape is perfect for the subject and the stitches fill the space so well...
...and thanks for your very kind comment on my experiment with the new embellisher. It means a lot, coming from you! ;-)

Micki said...

Great work. Love the knot and the shape of the piece.

Barbara said...

I love your art at the moment..the colours are so beautiful...and i like celtic knots...sometimes I see them on mandalas.

Julie H said...

This is such a beautiful piece and this is the third blog I have visited today when looking at an artwork i have felt a flood of peace. Must be a message there. Thank you.

Susan said...

Wow, I love the shape of that. It adds so much to the piecing and stitching. Beautiful card. Reminds me of the doorways of the Taj Mahal.

Michelle said...

wow, this is really pretty!

Gail said...

Great piece as usual, I really admire your stiches, the way you get them all the same size,
especially the ones around the edge
I looked up all the ones you have sold on Esty, it was so pretty to see them all together,WOW what a quilt that would make. BE BLESSED

Amy said...

I just found your blog, and I love your work. Thanks for sharing.

Linda said...

Just discovered your blog and I absolutely love your work. You are an inspiration!

Aussie Jo said...

I love your crazy patchwork and the stitches are gorgeous. Do you dye your own fabric??

Ann Christine Dennison said...

Love the shape!