Thursday, November 1, 2012

Embroidery of children

Today I have some pictures for you which I forgot to post but are simply to lovely to be kept in hiding.

The two embroidery pieces made by two children hung also in the Bohusläns Museum. I visited this museum last year while we were in Sweden.

Hope you are gonna have some wind in your sails today.



lheurebleue said...


Anneli/Bockfilz said...

These naive embroideries really hold a lot of charm! Which once more proves that embroideries don't necessarily need to be very complicated to have a strong impact.

(I'm just surprised that they are made by children, as they seem to be illustrations on two songs of the Swedish trobadour Evert Taube, who is mainly listened to by adults.)

Zuzana said...

Lovely artwork, children are actually gat artists as their imagination is still unobstructed.;)
Thank you for your lovely email, will try to reply today.;)
Have a great weekend dear Elizabeth,

karen said...

these are truly beautiful. Thank you for sharing. I hope you are well x