Sunday, October 10, 2010

Fragements, Vestiges and Remains- Lisa Sarsfield's contribution


Page 1, dedicated to the Maori
Page 2, dedicated to the missionary who befriended both parties.


Page 3, dedicated to the British.

The King's movement v's the Queens.
This is the BATTLE OF GATE PA.




 

I'm on a roll! Here's some close ups of the work I've been doing in Kim's book. It's all very "New Zealand!"
My theme is the Battle of Gate Pa and you can see the rest on my blog. http://lisasarsfield.blogspot.com/


15 comments:

  1. Hi everyone, just letting you know I've posted my first post about Kim's book. I've had fun!

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  2. i am loving the wonderful fabric and gorgeous stitching and can't wait to hear more about the historical facts. wonderful, wonderful work, lady! you are the hand stitching queen!

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  3. I just love coming here because I always see something unique and creative. Great job on this. I'm off to your blog to see more.

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  4. Just beautiful! Love the choice of fabrics and detailed stitching! WOW!

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  5. Such amazing layering here. And I love the richness of these colors.

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  6. OMG Lisa! This looks incredible!!! AMAZING work, girla!!!!!!

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  7. This looks great Lisa, lovin that motif there, very kiwi look to that piece!
    Off to your blog to catch more of this. I'm sooo excited by this collaboration, it is such a blast!

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  8. fantastic work! just gorgeous, lady. off to your blog to see more!

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  9. Ohhh, beautiful Lisa, I LOVE all those little threads tied back behind the lace frame and border, the house pic that looks like an old sketch and the pic of the Deacon. I so want to lift the flap and keep going. Love what you have done here. I'm off to your blog to drool some more, Mwah, it's beautiful!

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  10. This has turned out beautifully, Lisa! I love all the finely detailed stitiching and small additions...I'm also off to your blog to lap it up over there....

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  11. just stunning Lisa.. lovely bits and I adore the continuation of the celtic touches in Kim's book. your attention to detail is magnificent!

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  12. I've finished Kim's book! Deb's it was posted to you today:)

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  13. oooh, i missed the "checking email" part of my yesterday -- what a wonderful surprise!

    i am loving all that you've done in kim's book -- that flag is spectacular! i'm off to check your blog straight away!

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