A very good start. Looking forward to seeing more jam!
I will need some darker and lighter tones, and then buttons and such.
Nice stitching and embellishing Queenie.I'll continue watching for more development!
I always try to put in the beading and buttons last as the thread often catch on them. Those kinds of embellishment will be another kind of development.
Very pretty! These colors blend together so well.
I need more variety in the lavender, it is still a bit bland.
Gorgeous stitches, Queenie! Do you work out what stitches you will use on paper first? Hope I haven’t asked this before, I’ve certainly pondered about it before!Hugs,Barbara xx
No, I don't plan the stitches on paper, I select three focal points (usually buttons, notions or some other ornament), after that I pick a seam or pice to embellish making sure there will be room for the button later on. Once I have decided which seam to work I will pick a stitch or stitch combination from my TAST or SSS Reference Charts.
Nice cool looking work for the hot weather we are having!
You're right, so far I have used rather icy tints, I need to add darker shades and deeper tones.
It is looking very pretty.
Thank you. Now for some more movement.
The lavender is not bland at all. I had been thinking how lovely it looked against the background. All the seams are beautiful.
Thank you. There is more to 'pile on' so it will change further.
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