Invermay Wildflowers 2 – Tetratheca and Acacia




Invermay Wildflowers 2 – Tetratheca and Acacia is the second in my series of local wildflowers.  So local in fact – they grow on our bush block!  In the spring the roadside near our home and all the blocks surrounding are carpeted in bright purple Tetratheca flowers which last for a couple of months!  The sweet little low growing wattle creeps along the ground – hiding in the grass and under the purple flowers.

This Stumpwork piece is worked on olive green silk dupion which is darker than the photo shows and is embroidered in a mixture of beautiful silks – Gumnut Yarns Silk, Cascade House Silks and Au Ver a Soie Silks.


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