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Le pelage de la souris est très réussi
on irait presque la caresser !
L'essai avec le plastic est très intéressant
Merci Mia

Hi Mia, Your embroidery interpretation of the tiny group of cells is awesome and intensified through your use of metallic threads against the grey/black background. The mouse and flask design is So cute!! The technique you used to stitch out the tiny mouse gives him a real furry appearance while using clear plastic for the lab flask provides a natural glass appearance. Thanks for sharing and I hope you have a Happy Valentine's Day

Love what you did with the mouse and flask. Easy you say, but it looks makes him look real. Love the plastic in the flask also.

Love both designs!! So unique, as usual!

Love the mouse! He's the cutest and hope to see more of him... maybe you could do a series of him in various lab situations. That fur is just great as is the tail, feet....

Love both of these! I am a retired Nurse Practitioner and Lab Tech, so both themes very familiar to me. Keep up the great work!

Mia, love your latest creations. The embryonic cell is lovely. The metallic thread made the design. And your mouse is so realistic looking. Your technique for fur, makes it look like you could reach out and pet the mouse. And of course cannot leave out the flask. Using the plastic makes it look real. Thank you for sharing your work with us.

Great job on both these designs (shows your background in science, too!) Keep up the good work. As a friend of mine says, "You go girl!"

I really like how both of these turned out. Using the metallic thread for florescence is a really good call.

I have seen "glow in the dark" embroidery threads marketed. Superior's line is called NiteLite Extra Glow, I think. I bought one spool at a SewExpo, but I haven't tried it yet.

Thank you for sharing these stitch-outs with us. I love seeing how your experimentation and process evolve.

Mia, really like the techniques you use for these two "science" creations...you are really good at doing these and they look as good as the real photos...Great work....

Love this guy and the applique flask is a great touch!

Love the mouse and flask .

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