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    This is Annie Whitsed's Crazy World a world where I stitch the joys and chaos of life into beautifull crazy quilts. email annie@loopylace.com
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Day 100 – Stumpwork Legs and the Full Picture September 28th, 2006

Stumpwork Legs
When I showed this sampler to my sister before she looked at anything else she lifted the skirt and said “yep, they’re thin enough”, as if it couldn’t be a self portrait if I had made fat legs lol.

I made the legs with a pipe cleaner, I threaded it into a piece of tubular knitted floss to look like black stockings and I made the boots from scraps of soft Leather.

In this detail you can also see how I have hemmed the skirt and stitched it to the background down the sides…

I got the crinkles in the skirt by wetting the fabric, twisting it tightly and letting it dry before untwisting it…The little black top is Needlelace.

And here is the completed Sampler…I have sized the image to be the exact size of the Sampler.

The Stumpwork Sampler

And that is the 100th detail in the 100 days and with it I would like to send up 3 Cheers for Sharon and her wonderful ideas…Hiphip Hooray, Hiphip Hooray, Hiphip Hooray Thank you Sharon.

And thank you to everyone that has been a part of the 100 days…everybodies participation and enthusiasm has been wonderfull.

And stay tuned for detail 101 because from me the details haven’t finished…they may not be every day as the first one hundred have been but I still have a lot of work left to document.

7 Responses to “Day 100 – Stumpwork Legs and the Full Picture”

  1. Sandie Says:

    Annie, this is really amazing stitching and creating …. just stunning!

  2. Mary Corbet Says:

    Wow – the “whole picture” is really magnificent! It’s GREAT! Congratulations on the accomplishment!

    The hair’s hilarious. Very clever.

  3. Rissa Says:

    It really is just amazing..it turned out lovely.

  4. Linda S. Says:

    Annie.. this is absolutely wonderful!

  5. Julie Hocking Says:

    Just curious. What thread/fiber did you use for the majority of the stitching part of the sampler?

  6. Sarah E. Says:

    Oh, Annie, how absolutely neato-torpedo! I just love how the little Annie turned out, and your stitching is excellent. How creative!

  7. Betty Pillsbury Says:

    Annie, I am just now seeing your self-portrait in stumpwork. I bow down before a master! This is phenomenal!

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