Sunday, January 10, 2010

My first Journal Project

My name is Miri. I live in Israel. I am new in this project. I will be grateful if you will visit my blog, where I introduced my first project. :)). To be honest, I started it in December 2009. I was so excited !!!!
If you visit my blog I will be more than grateful to read your comments.
Thank you all in advance,
Miri A.


Karin said...

Hi Miri, your work is lovely.

Dee D said...

This piece is wonderful. I'm looking forward to seeing more. Tried to post a comment on your blog but couldn't.

Miri Agassi said...

To post a comment in my blog the reader have to press the word comments (תגובות(. It is written in hebrew...
Thank you, anyway for your comments so far. It gives me courage to continue. It means a lot to me.

Vickie A-Morgan said...

Beautiful. I can see the freedom vs. rules. I know what you mean about the excitement. I, too, have finished mine already.

Miri Agassi said...

HI vicki, Thank you so much. I look forward to seeing your work too.

Robin said...

Hi and welcome Miri! I tried to leave a comment on your blog, but am not certain it worked... so I'll repeat it here..

Your piece is fabulous!!! I'm so glad to have a beadweaver in our group this year. Your exploration of the subject "freedom vs. unity" is very interesting to me!!! Bravo!

Robin A.

Marty S said...

It's beautiful. I love the butterfly. I would like to learn some beadweaving techniques to use along with my embroidery.
Marty S
Crackpot Beader

Miri Agassi said...

Dear Marty S, Thank you for your comment.
There is a good book to start with beadweaving techniques. It is called: CREATIVE BEAD WEAVING by CAROL WILCOX WELLS. It has all the basic techniques. with some beautiful projects. Why don't you try it?

Dear Robin, I am glad to have your comment. Thank you so much:)
Miri A.

Shirley Cook - Jumping Jack Glass said...

Miri, I love your piece! I can definitely see a transition from structure (rules) to free form (creativity) here. The butterfly adds a wonderful touch!

I also have that book by Carol Wilcox Wells. I learned several things from that book that really helped me in embellishing my felted vessels with bead weaving.

Keep up the wonderful work - I look forward to seeing your ongoing journal project!

Magpie Sue said...

I also wanted to leave a comment on your blog but was stymied by the Hebrew too. So glad you have some command of the English language!

I completely see the rules vs. freedom in your January BJP. Good job!

Miri Agassi said...

I am looking forward to see your projects too.

Whytefeather said...

Love your work, so very pretty!