Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Work In Progress Wednesday - Lace and embroidery

Yesterday I asked for help to identify some beautiful items I had picked up while in Sweden. Thank you for your interest and help. I now feel sure I should add them to my CQ block. However, for this week's progress report I will show you something else.

I have embellished a seam with some lace, which was a gift from a friend, Herringbone stitches in yellow, a few beads and a row of flower embroidery:


The flowers were made with the following stitches: Pistil, Straight and Lazy Daisy (double thread).

Look at what progress Sharon of Pintangle and the others have made.

5 comments:

  1. a lovely piece of lace and your stitches sit very well on it,

    I was given lots of snippets last month from a friend who used to make heirloom christening gowns, you have show me what to do with it, thanks

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    1. Hi,
      One good thing about CQ is that you can use up all those snippets, odd buttons and short pieces of thread. Attractive recycling!

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  2. How wonderful that your followers so quickly came to your help and identified those lovely Indian pieces. They will look great on a CQ and now you know you need have no worries about using them - I know what you mean though. I love the idea of adding embroidery to lace, it's so effective.

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  3. I'm glad your items are identified. This is a lovely seam.

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  4. Queenie one look at your flowers and I thought it was Knotted Buttonhole, which would probably work with a tail added.
    The seam is lovely and the complimentary colours also.

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