Brooklyn students embroider their ideas: Part 20

This is the last post with work by the Brooklyn middle schoolers who so generously allowed me to share their work with you! There aren’t any excerpts with these pieces and a few are unfinished, but they are all quite accomplished and amazing! I hope you enjoy, and thanks for reading!

Believe, by Jane

This is really interesting Jane! I love the beginning of the border. I hope you finish it!

Promptness is a... virtue!, by Briana

That is so true Briana! And this is very well done!

Be honest, by Amber

This is really interesting Amber! I like how the “e” works for both the “be” and the “honest” parts of your image.

Live life, by Lucara

This turned out great Lucara! The border is very nicely done and I enjoy the multi-colored words.

Always try Your Best, by ?

I didn’t get a name for this student, but this turned out to be a lovely image! Well done!

Never Give Up, by Jada C

This is very interesting Jada! I like how you chose to make your letters with the dashed lines.

Vino y risata, by Madison

This, I believe, is Spanish, translated to “live and laugh.” Excelente trabajo! Me gustan los colores!

Don't Hate! Congratulate! by Nathalie

This is a marvelous message Nathalie and well done! I enjoy the different ways in which you stitched the words. It makes the image all the more interesting to look at!

In Mandarin, "Wear Helmet", by Anita

And last, but not least, the piece made by the teacher of these accomplished students, Anita! Her student challenged her to sew her phrase in Mandarin and she did a stellar job!

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One thought on “Brooklyn students embroider their ideas: Part 20

  1. And a big Hurrah for the teacher who challenged her students and helped them to accomplish these wonderful works of art that we have seen the last twenty posts!

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