Thursday, 4 February 2010

Red




For more interpretations of the theme, go see my friends at Theme Thursday.

43 comments:

Brian Miller said...

very nice. love how some are lighter as it adds depths and layers...

Caio Fernandes said...

it really looks like as a heart had droped some feelings on the world .
beautiful the way the felt absorve the paint !and so sweet !!!

Manon Doyle said...

Oooh! That is just beautiful! I adore those hearts!!

La Dolce Vita said...

your work just amazes me! xo

mouse (aka kimy) said...

sweet hearts!

happy theme thursday!

Ms Hen said...

Beautiful...ethereal.. wispy.. wow...Heavenly..

willow said...

Fabulous woolly hearts!

Lickety Splitter said...

Another beautiful creation! And, a
perfect month for a bounty of hearts. In honor of Valentine's Day, I'm giving myself heart stickers for every exercise day I "stick" to in the month of February!

Noni at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Jasmine, your work is simply lovely. It is beautiful to see; I can only imagine how wonderful it is to the touch!

Betsy said...

Is it a scarf? Pretty!

Anonymous said...

Love those hearts and depths ~TRISHA

Kitty said...

I love it! Perfect for a Valentine's Day dinner out.

Felted House said...

Beautiful! I tend to overcrowd anything I do and you have arranged the design with such skill it is all balanced with the right amount of 'space' to show off the hearts. xx

Stephanie said...

Took me a minute to figure it out!

Robin said...

What a beautiful (and soft and cuddly!) way to wrap your love around someone.

Rebecca said...

Ah..lots of warmth here...Very nice take on TT.

Kat said...

lovely. :) love the hearts.

shibori girl said...

Very pretty. I like the simplicity of the design.

Kate

Oh, and you asked about shibori in relation to jewelry:

I know there are some people who make what they call "shibori beads", but I think that, technically, the term refers specifically to fabric.

I had already established my blog name when I seriously injured my hand. I can no longer dye fabric, but didn't want to stop the blog, so I switched to making jewelry and kept the name.

I hope you'll come by and visit again soon! :)

Beadwright said...

Hi and thanks for stopping by my blog. I love your felt work. I dabble in felt. LOL
Yours is outstanding.

Nicole/Beadwright

Tom said...

be mine

subby said...

Oooh, I like this one, I do! Happy TT, Jasmine :)

Roy said...

Hmmm... Red + Hearts = Valentine's Day, just 10 days away. Nice take on the theme.

Kayla coo said...

Hi Jasmine,
Thanks so much for your lovely comment and link,I'm sure I have seen the work on flickr but have not seen the blog.
I will check it out now.
A beautiful romantic scarf, perfect for a valentine.x

ArtSparker said...

A lovely flight a heart blossoms, set free in the wind.

lynne h said...

oh, oh, oh!!!! manon (fellow heart addict) and i will take turns wearing it!! xo

Terrace Crawford said...

someone may need that. its coolllld here.

--Terrace Crawford
www.terracecrawford.com
www.twitter.com/terracecrawford

Martine said...

What lovely red hearts Jasmine. They make me feel all warm.
XXXm

Ariel said...

What an apt post for the coming Valentines day.Very creative of you Jasmine to come up with these beautiful hearts.

nanny said...

Girl....you grew up with peter gabriel....tell me more!

But why don't you care for phil?

Ginga Squid said...

Beautiful colours and love they way they seem to be moving!

Jaime said...

beautiful and great take on the theme

Karin Bartimole said...

What a wonderful scattering of love - hearts sprinkled, here and there! ♥♡♥

Melinda Cornish said...

this is a beauty Jasmine.....I love the red hearts....Melinda

An Open Heart said...

this is beautiful.....


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Sally said...

Very awesome felt-y-ness!! xD <3
Until visiting your blog, I never realized this medium could hold patterns so well!

Crafty Green Poet said...

This is lovely!

Rinkly Rimes said...

All very unusual and ready for the 14th.

Harnett-Hargrove said...

Such a wonderfully well done piece.
I love it! -J

ruthie said...

Jasmine, it is wonderful to see all your new creations x x

aleph said...

I love red! Those hearts seem flying petals too, fire butterflies seen from distance or even joyful blood drops, if that was ever possible. The texture is light and tender, a magic web for those little hearts to fly. Your work gains even more beauty and tenderness every day Jasmine!

Baino said...

So pretty. As are the blue ones. Are they scarves? Such patience.

C.M. Jackson said...

the heart beats are felt --great post-c

j. said...

awwww.