A true story

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Two strands are used for the shoes and boots to make them bulkier than the legs. I outline the shoes with back stitch then fill them in with the same. For the boots I used DMC 779 for the outline and then DMC 842 for the inside. The shoes are DMC

33 – COMING TO AMERICA  (From the picture): "Coming to America, June 10, 1949. We arrived in New York. Max's cousin Clara came aboard the ship to greet us. As our daughter Brasia slept in her father's arms, Clara said to her, 'My dear child, this will be your America!'"  Embroidery and fabric collage, 1996.  23-3/4"W x 23-5/8"H. FABRIC OF SURVIVAL | Art and Remembrance

Coming to America by Esther Nisenthal Krinitz

32 – THE WAY TO BERLIN  (From the picture): "March 1945. Along with the 5th Division of the Russian Army, my Polish Army unit crossed the Oder River into Germany. We passed the site of an earlier battle. The Russians had hung Nazi officers on every tree along the road. They looked as though they were still alive. Many other dead Nazis lay scattered across the field, at the edge of which a young pretty Russian soldier stood, pointing the way to Berlin."  Embroidery and fabric collage, 1998…

Art and Remembrance - Non-profit arts and education

Create the box stitch using the double-knit loom board.

Create the box stitch using the double-knit loom board.

3x3.  My very talented friend Gustavo Aimar is having a little party to celebrate his blog's third anniversary and you are all invited! He has created a special blog called 3 x 3 where he will be posting tiny 3 x 3 cms (1 1/8" x 1 1/8") works of art by anyone that wants to participate. These three little birds are my contribution. I used watercolors, white acrylic ink and a Micron pen on gray bookboard.

3x3. My very talented friend Gustavo Aimar is having a little party to celebrate his blog's third anniversary and you are all invited! He has created a special blog called 3 x 3 where he will be posting tiny 3 x 3 cms (1 1/8" x 1 1/8") works of art by anyone that wants to participate. These three little birds are my contribution. I used watercolors, white acrylic ink and a Micron pen on gray bookboard.

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