Small wol of dubious provenance


I’m fairly certain he’s from the Lutrell psalter, I think the egg-sitter was the only creature I used from an alternate source. Unfortunately though I seem to have lost my notes on him from the project folder so I was left with just his outline on the cloth.

I have had two shuffles through the book recently, mainly to plan the next piece, but I didn’t find him. The psalter is so busy I think I’d hesitate to ever go searching for one specific thing. I’ve been looking recently for bits I want to use next, but the trouble is there’s so much good stuff I end up making notes for each page. When I come to draft the next piece I think it will be case of using whatever I open a random page to, a sort of embroidery bingo?

~ by opusanglicanum on March 26, 2016.

16 Responses to “Small wol of dubious provenance”

  1. I love the idea of embroidery bingo – great fun!

  2. f.37r [lower right] and very cute! -Cindy

  3. Hi Tanya, I can’t wait to see the finished piece. Are all the figures from the psalter or are they inspired by it?

  4. I like the mouse and am worried about his prospects.

  5. I suspect the mouse has a limited future…

    Soooo nice to see that the cleverest animal in the forest could even spell his name then — WOL .

  6. The owl is a hoot.

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