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3 July 2014

SOMETHING NEW SOMETHING BLUE


This time no cross stitch project, but something completely different.
 First I sketched the design with pencil onto the fabric and then decided that the stitch work would be blue. ( one of my favorite colours)
Thanks to my stitch bible I made and discovered some nice and new stitches. I also used beads and sequins and small ribbons.
I use it as a table runner in the kitchen , but actually it is a cushion cover.








16 comments:

Lauren M said...

This is so beautiful! Perfect choice of threads and fabric :)

Mii Stitch said...

Absolutely fantastic work!!!
Lauren is right, your choice of colour is just perfect, very striking ;)

Aangenaam verpozen met Joke said...

Heel apart en leuk om weer eens nieuwe steken uit te proberen.
Het resultaat is prachtig
Groeten, joke

Nurdan Kanber said...

Alice, this is a really so very lovely piece of embroidery - love it!
Very well done!
Greetings from Istanbul

PS:I thought, you are so busy with watching World Championship matches :))

Stitch Mill said...

Ziet er prachtig uit!

Amarins said...

Dit is heel apart maar ook heel erg leuk. super gedaan! Groetjes, Amarins

Eugenia Maru http://lulurulitos.blogspot.com said...

Muy lindo tu blog y tus trabajos.
Me hice seguidora para verlo seguido.
saludos
Maru
Chile

Brigitte said...

Wow, this is looking so gorgeous. Great work!!

Julie said...

Very lovely!

Anne said...

Hello!

This stitching is beautiful and I love the colours you chose.
Your blog is lovely.

Penny said...

Very pretty! Love the colors. :)

Lillie said...

Love the blues and so lovely.

RitaGri said...

Ļoti skaists izšuvums!
Thanks you, you are follover of my blog!
Sveicieni no Latvijas!
Rita

sally said...

Hello

just come across your lovely blog.
This emboidery is truly beautiful and such gorgeous colours too.
Have a good week.

Johanna Faber said...

Wat apart, ben er helemaal weg van
Groetjes uit Zweden

Annie said...

Hello

Just found your lovely blog.
This finish is beautiful and I really love the colours!