Embroidered Dwellings

It’s impossible not to admire the detail that goes into one of Stephanie K Clark‘s phenomenal embroidered pieces. Her series of embroidered RVs, houses, and log cabins, all embroidered onto stretched canvas with thread and fabric wallpaper, is simply delightful. I even love how she uses thin black thread to outline background features – not a detail missed!

Stephanie K Clark 1

Stephanie K Clark 2

Stephanie K Clark 04

Stephanie K Clark 7

Stephanie K Clark 14

Stephanie K Clark 9

Stephanie K Clark 5

Stephanie K Clark 13

Stephanie K Clark 3

Stephanie K Clark 10

Stephanie K Clark 12

embroidery

(via The Jealous Curator)

Leave a Comment

31 Comments

  1. Paty wrote:

    Cute!!!!
    I’m posting looks from Los Angeles and accessories:

    http://www.thegavlaks.com

    8.14.13
    Reply
  2. STEL STYLE wrote:

    they are so original, I love the colors combination in the las embroidery picture!!

    DIY ON http://www.thestelstyle.com

    8.14.13
    Reply
  3. Obsessed with the yellow car.
    These are pretty unique and incredible.
    So fun, thanks for sharing.
    xo Quinn

    Quinn Cooper Style

    8.14.13
    Reply
  4. Rose wrote:

    These are WAY cool! They’d definitely make a statement as an art piece-currently planning a gallery wall and I kind of want to add one to bring in some texture!

    Rose
    Blonde in this City

    8.14.13
    Reply
  5. Charlotte wrote:

    Wow, these are amazing!
    – Charlotte
    http://fashiongirl134.blogspot.com

    8.14.13
    Reply
  6. Monica wrote:

    These are so well done and quite unique patterns! I love the ones with lots of color detail and a simple black outline for the tree.

    M.

    8.14.13
    Reply
  7. It looks so cool! I love it!
    XO CHAMAFASHION
    http://www.chamafashion.com/

    8.14.13
    Reply
  8. Dhini wrote:

    woow…i love it

    8.14.13
    Reply
  9. Jenna wrote:

    These are amazing. They almost look like they were made in pastel. I need one!
    http://www.crocodileandturquoise.com

    8.14.13
    Reply
  10. Maggie wrote:

    These are darling. Just, darling.
    -Maggie
    maggiefinejewelry.com

    8.14.13
    Reply
  11. Coolest embroidery shit I’ve ever seen…even better than grandmas!

    8.14.13
    Reply
  12. meg wrote:

    These are seriously AMAZING!
    So much detail.

    http://happinessiscreating.com/

    8.14.13
    Reply
  13. Martyna wrote:

    this is amazing! I totlly love it! xx

    Martyna | NEON MIZZLE

    8.14.13
    Reply
  14. Gwen wrote:

    This sure takes embroidery to the next level, epic! All I can do is a simple cross stitch 😉

    8.14.13
    Reply
  15. This is really great! Amazing what people come up with!

    Check out the BAD Blog…http://design-bad.blogspot.com/

    8.14.13
    Reply
  16. absolutely stunning.

    8.14.13
    Reply
  17. Naomi wrote:

    I am in love with these. The little dogs and squiggly trees make it all the better.

    Naomi
    LOST + FOUND

    8.14.13
    Reply
  18. Oh my goodness these are incredible! I hate traditional embroidery, but I LOVE these. SO so perfect. I’d love her to make one of my dwelling 🙂

    xo, Juliette Laura
    http://juliettelaura.blogspot.com
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/InfiniteStyleShop

    8.14.13
    Reply
  19. 8.15.13
    Reply
  20. justine wrote:

    WOW! This is amazing! It looks so 3D! xx

    Justine | BRIGHTON DREAM

    8.15.13
    Reply
  21. Maya wrote:

    Incredible pieces of art!

    8.15.13
    Reply
  22. I wanna learn to embroider like that!!!

    http://www.beautyfollower.blogspot.gr

    8.15.13
    Reply
  23. Lauren wrote:

    Amazing, these are do unusual love them!

    Lauren
    livinginaboxx
    bloglovin

    8.16.13
    Reply
  24. phil wrote:

    Embroidery meets art, beautiful!

    8.20.13
    Reply
  25. Oh my gosh, I love theeeese! It reminds me of the little embroidery kits my mom would buy me when I was a kid to keep me quiet on long car rides. I need to get back into this! Great post 🙂
    xo, Holeh Pocket

    8.23.13
    Reply
  26. Clare wrote:

    Talent! I love the slight sheen of the thread 🙂

    1.26.15
    Reply