A Short Film Made from Cross Stitching


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Maggie and Mildred is a short film by Holly Klein about the make-believe adventures of two little girls. She cross stitched all of the characters and scenes, and then animated them. In an interview about the project, Klein wrote:

It took me about nine months to stitch all of the elements. I stitched the house first, then made the characters with all of their parts and outfits seperately. I then scanned everything into the computer, cut them out, and animated them in the computer. The whole process took me just under two years.


via Make | Artist's Website | Interview with Klein about the Film

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Loved the laughter, the story, the imagination, the work involved. So sweet!

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Fantastic talent, endless creativity and keen artistry on details. If there is one thing that I would like to improved, it would be the animation and editing touches. Though it may be difficult to make a high quality film with such a limited budget, it is possible through collaboration and constant practice.
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Check out Twaggies' very funny clip:

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