Saturday, 17 May 2014

Scrumptious stitchery............

Hello people, its a fabulously sunny day here in the Uk.......and here's my latest creation


I have so many works in progress.......


I drew this simple design and just had to start it !


The colours beguiled me..........


Well I hope you all love this 'eye candy '
Have a happy and sunny week end all......xxxxxxx

19 comments:

  1. I am speechless! Your work is not only so beautiful, it is full of originality as well. I love how you have made the Double Buttonhole stitch with different height of the 'stalks'. The colours are really pleasing. Wow!
    Have a wonderful Sunday.

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  2. Your work always awes me and is inspiring me to expand my needle working skills :) Thanks!

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  3. Your have made this work your own, with the use of colours threads and stitches. It is lovely.

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  4. I am very impressed with the technique of embroidery.

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  5. Hi Chris, we have been away for 11/12 days and I just noticed that you posted while we were away. Your choice of colours and textures always hits the spot, it is so beautiful to look at, I am pleased that you share it with us all. xx

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  6. These are gorgeous, wonderful combinations of stitches and colours.

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  7. Chris sorry I missed this post we were on holiday....What a fabulous flower, you certainly have an eye for putting colours together and you always put texture into your work....you certainly are a very talented stitcher....

    Hugs Anne xx

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  8. Hi,I just duscovered your blog and I love it, I will be back to explore. :)

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  9. I am absolutely in love with your work. Have only just joined Pinterest but will be following you on a regular basis

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  10. I adore the colors. I love how you layered on the different stitches.

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  11. I learn stitches and I love mixed embroidery techniques

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  12. Fantastico! Molti complimenti dall'Italia.

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