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Thursday, September 01, 2011

the spiteful stitcher

the spiteful stitcher2


funny how stupid, inconsiderate and ill informed remarks can be so upsetting. after a series of such remarks coming from total fools who have no idea what textiles are and what it takes to make them i came home, pounded some flowers on linen, sat down and stitched. i could have walked into a burger joint and gunned the patrons, that's why it's done. anger.but i chose to deal with it and send a message with my craft.


girl dude
 i thought i was past that kind of prevalent stupidity, but this situation proved me wrong.

girl dude2



here you have it . in  many little stitches and vicious pink. now, you try and stitch those many stitches  conveying an idea   and we can start talking.


ETO:
 this oportune link via cally booker's timely post.
the zeitgeist again!
a priceless presentation here


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7 comments:

  1. Oh no! What a horrible day you must have had. Good for you for stitching it out.

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  2. Wow, the Know-Nothings really got to you. But something good came out of it, and no homicide was committed. Really beautiful stitching.

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  3. Wow, using your posts as a guide, I would never have thought you would get so MAD...you seem such a gentle soul. BUT, while the piece you did in response to some foolish comment/situation is wonderful - don't let the FOOLS get you down...there are plenty of them around, just ignore them. They will never rise to your level of awareness...never, never.
    a fellow weaver/dyer/stitcher
    ant

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  4. yes, it is interesting when we think we've passed that sort of thing and then it sneaks up and smacks us. ouch! I hope you really stabbed that needle into the cloth and not yourself.

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  5. Oh dear, you do not deserve those stupid comments. Your answer is the best!

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  6. Anonymous1:12 AM

    great to see you angry and come up with such artistic and creative solutions ;-), you rock, don't ever forget this. All comments (mine included therefore) reflect the person making them, not their intended recipients!
    Fab

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