NSFW Saturday – Miriam Blaylock Does Cocteau


It’s Saturday morning, and here at Mr X Stitch that means only one thing. If you don’t know what that is by now, I’m not telling. Suffice to say that:

WARNING!

NSFW SATURDAYS WILL CONTAIN CONTENT THAT IS NOT SAFE FOR WORK!

IF YOU READ THESE POSTS, AND ARE OFFENDED, WE’RE SORRY BUT WE DID WARN YOU!

I recently received a lovely note from Miriam Blaylock regarding my work. Of course I had to check out her blog and see what she was up to – and I found enough naughty embroidery to fill five NSFW Saturday posts – and that’s EXACTLY what I’m going to do during the month of July.

The first piece I’m featuring is an embroidered take on the art of Jean Cocteau. We’ve featured pieces inspired by him when the talented Mr. Peacock stitched some naughty napkins featuring his art.

Miriam does a lovely job of capturing one of his drawings in stitch. See more from her at her blog – or just come back next week when we’ll be featuring another piece from her!

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2 thoughts on “NSFW Saturday – Miriam Blaylock Does Cocteau

  • Just a few words to say THANK YOU for publishing such a kind appreciation of my work !

    This Cocteau-fellatio ended up as a present to one of my fellow uh… how should I put it ?… as a present to a very special, smart and stern person who happens to be a very good friend of mine. He was very pleased with it, which, as Frank’n’Furter would say, made me ‘awfully proud’ 😀

    I knew about M. Peacock (I read his blog quite often) and just LOVE the idea of the naughty napkins 😉 That’s precisely the kind of perverted good manners I’m fond of.

    Thank you for this beautiful blog of yours,

    Miriam.

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