Monday, July 14, 2014

A Castor Pincusion / Antika Şekerlikte İğnedenlik




Hello Blog Friends,

Due to very high temperature we had over here; last weekend was crafty for me!
While, I was stuck at home, I have made this pincusion for a very old Castor.

I bought this castor, back in Baku, Azerbaijan 13 years ago. It is shaped as tomatoes and not less than 100 years old (from Emperial era of Russia) As per the rose; it is one of  Berlin woolwork patterns from my archive!

It was a very quick finish ( took a day ) but its completion made me satisifed! 

Hope you like it as much as I like :)

Greetings,

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Genelde,  bu kadar kısa zaman aralığı ile yayın yapmıyorum ancak geçtiğimiz hafta sonu hem sıcak hem evde olmayı gerektiren sebeplerden bir anlamda eve tıkılıp kaldık.

Günler ve geceler uzun olunca, epeydir yapmayı istediğim küçük bir işi başlayıp bitirdim.

Bundan 13 yıl önce Bakü'den aldığım şekerliği (domates şeklinden dolayı dekoratif amaçlı kullanımda idi) iğnedenliğe dönüştürdüm.

Bu küçük şekerlik 100 yaşından daha büyüktür.İmparatorluk dönemi Rusya'sından. Hal böyle olunca, içine koyacağım iğnedenliğin motifini de eskilerden seçtim. Aşağıda göreceğiniz gibi bir Berlin Yün İşi  deseni. 

İşlemesi ve yerleştirilmesi bir günümü aldı ama sonucu sevdim ben.

Bakalım siz de sevecek misiniz???

Sevgiyle kalın





INSPIRATION /İLHAM

I was inspired by tea cup pincusions which I found very beautiful! You'll see some of them below!


Aşağıda bazılarını göreceğiniz fincanda iğnedenlikler bana ilham veren işler oldu.
Bakın siz de en az benim kadar seveceksiniz; eminim :)












37 comments:

  1. Hej Nurdan, fijn dat je weer blogt.
    Het speldenkussentje met het roosje is schattig.
    De kop en schotels ook, dank je voor de inspiratie.
    Lieve groet,

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    1. Hej Willy,
      Het is zo leuk om je weer hier te zien!
      Dank u voor uw lieve reactie; Ik ben op prijs gesteld!
      groeten

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  2. It's beautiful! Totally romantic :)

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    1. :)) It is indeed! It represents old time beauties therefore it is :)

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  3. Que c'est beau! Et votre porte-aiguille et vos inspirations! Il is very beautifu! Thank you!

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    1. Merci Svetlana, you are very welcome!
      I am so glad you like it too:)

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  4. Adoro i puntaspilli!Bello e romantico il tuo!Baci,Rosetta

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    1. E 'fantastico avere tali osservazioni da voi :) Grazie mille!

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  5. Lovely pincusions. Nice idea to put them in a cup!

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    1. I think pincusions look more romantic and beautiful in old stuff like tea cups Tania!
      Especially in 18th - 19th centuries; women did use some incredible pincusions which displayed in silver and gold stuff as well!

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  6. Hallo Nurdan.Het is een prachtig speldenkussen.Bedankt voor het patroon.Tony

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    1. Hallo Tony,
      Zo blij dat je mijn kleine werk Bedankt voor je lieve woorden!
      groeten

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  7. Lovely pincushions !!!! Excellent ideas - thank you !!!!
    Niki

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    2. Thank you so much Niki; you are most welcome!

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  8. Very nice pincushions and your idea to put them in a cap !!!!
    Excellent !!!!

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    1. Thank you so much dear :) I am so glad to get your lovely words on those pincusions!

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  9. Desene de yerleşimine de bayıldım, elinize sağlık :)

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    1. Gececiler belli oluyor :)) Çok teşekkür ederim bu güzel yorum için :)

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  10. Lovely pincushions !!, it's a good idea. Thanks for the grafic. Kisses.

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    1. Thank you so much Lourdes! I think such pincushions like those are very decorative too!

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  11. Lovely finish. I like it.

    Greetings, Manuela

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    1. Glad you like it Manuela :) Thank you!

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  12. Its beautiful! You are so talented...

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    1. Thank you so very much Narita! Appreciated :)

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  13. Ben yorum yazmıştım nereye gitmiş kiii:(

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    1. He he he bilmem; bu gelen ilk mesajınız :)

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  14. So clever idea and the rose is very romantic. I adore your jobs! I agree with you about the tea cup pincushions...they are very decorative and sweet.
    Kisses
    Alessandra

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    1. Back in pincusion's history; I've discovered that silver, even gold items, half porcelain dolls etc were used for having sophisticated pincushions! It is a very clever idea really and thanks to its inventor :) I just like to have at least one look like them! I agree with you about that rose! It is a romantic one indeed!
      As per my works, thanks to you for finding them adorable!
      Hugs and kisses

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  15. ilk eskici ya da bitpazarı gezimde bir fincan alıp bundan yapıp sizinle paylaşacağım ilham verici teşekkür ederim ☺

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    1. :D Ben de bayılmıştım gördüğümde; size de ilham vermiş olmalarından dolayı çok keyiflendim şimdi. Dilerim, gönlünüze yatan bir fincan tez geçer elinize; yapar ve paylaşırsınız tezlikle. Çook teşekkür ederim hem yoruma hem ziyarete hem de size ilham verebildiğime :D

      Kırpık'a kocaman bir bayram öpücüğü ve kocaman sevgi selam! Bayramınızı da bu vesile kutlamış olayım.

      Sevgiler

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    1. Спасибо за комментарий! Было очень приятно присоединиться Вашего мероприятия!

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