Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Fuzzy Bumble Bee!




Alot of you who have previously visited my blog, would know I love to take pictures of bees...so of course I just had to include one in my stitcheries! This little bumble bee was keeping me awake at night...wondering if the punchneedle method would actually work...and so pleased it did! Not sure if you can see in pic, but he has been clipped to shape to give him a 'fuzzy' look!
I am really looking forward to some warmer weather and to when I have the real bumble bee visit my garden again...but for now I have to be happy with my creation!

Lisa
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12 comments:

Perri said...

What a stunning bee! Love it and your stitchery designs!
Happy stitching, P

Jo in TAS said...

Oh he looks so good! I love bumble bees even if they are pests!

Shirley said...

Your bumble bee looks so realistic Lisa, I can almost hear it buzzing away.
Shirley.x

Tatkis said...

Wonderful bee! It looks like real bee sitting on a fabric :)

Best wishes,
Tatyana

Roseanne said...

it dose look like a bumble bee to me great work. I also love your stitchery. Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

That bee is so cute, I love what you have done. Louise

Shiree said...

What a super stunning block, and the bee just completes it so wonderfully, well done, he looks great!

Vicki said...

Ohh I love love love your darling bee....I reckon you could do a tutorial on how to do one ??? Would love to do one :) hugs Vicki

Chookyblue...... said...

I love bees in gardens too........gorgeous

Terry said...

I love bees too! Your photo is wonderful! And so is your punchneedle bee! It's adorable! :0)

teresa said...

He's gorgeous!!!! and he looks so real :)

DAWNIE said...

Yes this looks just so effective, I thought it must have been turkish knots at first trimmed back, but punchneedle fab idea.