Trash

Trash

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a multitude of small delights

Trash
England

About me…
Currently self-unemployed, I spend too much time playing on blogs and the innernets and imagining all the triffic craft projects I could begin. Sometimes I even start them! CK is currently waiting for one to be finished.

About my square…
My square is embroidered by hand using 2 strands of Anchor embroidery floss. It was a red shade but I am such a poorly organised crafter that I do not actually have the number of that shade anymore.

The quote is one from Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867 Poet, Critic, Translator). It speaks to me. I am attempting to adopt it as a motto for my entire life. The image of the rhino was a sketch I had done some months previously. It made me happy when I drew it and it made me happy when I had stitched it . The trees I did at the end to balance the whole thing out.

If you’d like to stitch a rhino too you will have to draw one as I do not actually know where the original is!

Find me...
on my blog

4 comments:

Jonathan said...

I like your blurb about your square. Looking at your rhino makes me happy, too. My son has pajamas with a similar drawing (not quite as cute) all over them.

Jonathan said...

P.S. The stitching is just beautiful.

Laura said...

He seems to be a happy rhino - he surely makes me smile. Thank you for a small delight.

Ammie said...

This is such a happy block! I love the bird sitting pretty on the rhino, and their jaunty poses. Sweet!