Seamstresses in Fine Art October 24, 2015 Henri LeBasque French (1865-1937) Read more HERE Related 8 responses to “Seamstresses in Fine Art” J’aime énormément les peintures que vous postez le samedi merci beaucoup! You are welcome! Isn’t it amazing how many artists depict seamstresses! Enjoying your class on Craftsy, just finished watching it for the first time, but I’m sure I will be enjoying again and again. I actually mastered the doodle of the rose in the last lesson and look forward to getting it on a quilt. There was a lot in the class, thank you for the special offer as I purchased it as soon as it was available. Please keep up your enthusiasm as it is contagious. Thanks, Karen! Please post photos of your progress and consider doing a review on the Craftsy platform–it helps! Awwww this is so cute. My baby Sarah (grandbaby) was over yesterday afternoon. She is 4 months old. I carried her around my sewing office which is right next to the kitchen (handy so I don’t forget stuff on the stove etc) and she was enthralled with all of my stuff hahaha One day she will have her own design wall. These little girls remind me of my sisters and me making stuff when we were kids Nice… makes me think of my sister and I, though we never had sewing lessons together. I love this painting but it sure doesn’t resemble me when I was young! Not only was I awkward, I couldn’t sit still for two minutes, lol. It’s good to know there is hope for those who were all thumbs and energy in childhood. This is so sweet, Lori! The little girls look so intent on their work. But I couldn’t make it very long on a bench with no back. Comments are closed.