If Sara will give me permission, I could give a try at digitizing it. I can be contacted at http://forums.designsbysick.com/, where I also go by Cutiepie. We have private messaging capabilities on the DesignsbySick forums. =] Let me know, Sara.
Thats ok. I didn't want to cuase any work ofr anybody
"paradise bird" is my author artwork. Sorry, I amn`t digitizer so I embroidered it manually by metalic thread embroidery. Thanks
well, it certainly is beautiful and thank you for sharing the picture with us!
Thank you for letting me know that. I hate mysteries. Well done.
hazelgrace, the bird that you are referring to isn't from this site. Only Sara can tell you where it came from. Perhaps she will share here. It is lovely, isn't it?
Yes I realised that and hope she sees ou comments.
under user projects Sara writes:"I have seen projects sevinggold. I would like to try also. I have drawing the project " a paradise bird " and embroidered it manually with a gold thread. I am happy that you like it. Thanks for comments"
I am taking that as she embroidered it by hand....
ran out of room...I am taking that comment the she must have sewn it by hand since it says embroidered it manually...
Sorry my mistake. The bird is featured on page 7 of projects.
Hi, Hazelgrace, I think I may have found your bird of paradise. It is located under tags, quilts, near the bottom, item 342128. It is quite possibly one of the most beautiful on the site. Hope this is what you were looking for. Happy sewing, Freida
Unfortunately that isn't the one I meant. Thank you anyway. I was referring to the one Sara did on her evening bag under projects page 4
I'm afraid that I can't even picture which bird you are referring to. Maybe contacting the site support would get you better results? Good luck in finding the design!
I don't know.....Where could it be? I haven't noticed but a very few designs being taken off of the site, but I suppose that is what has happened. I looked throught my designs and I didn't have it either. So, perhaps it's been gone a while?