Posted by Apooh
One of my latest embroidery projects which just got completed, I used a satin stitch for the filling.
I’m working on a few more and am trying out some new stitches so looking forward to that 🙂 Will keep you posted.
Posted on October 17, 2010, in Embroidery. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.
It looks really beautiful. The colors are beautiful and I like the positions of the petals…jus tlike real flowers. Brilliant!!:) cant wait to see some more.
Thanks Ishi, I liked the way the came out too.
Awesome@!!!! The natural drop of the petals is just a testimony to the artist lurking within you. Keep going. And share details of the new stitches you are trying!
hey aparna…the stems and leaves have been done very neatly..keep it up!
hey ,neat and beautiful work ………
what thread have u used?
hey, thanks for your comment.i used normal embroidery thread but i used 6 threads so that i gives that puffy and filled look.
Hey Aparna….wow….very neat & perfecto !! you do embroidery as well ? came into your site from fb…..just started learning embroidery….but looks like u are already into it….if u are still in the learning phase..came across one website…shall fb u that…take a look …its too good..loved that one !
yes i do embroidery 🙂 good that you’re learning embroidery…..can keep you occupied for hours 🙂 what stitches are you learning at present?
have just started off with free style stitches(interlaced running stitch)….just started this month beginning…and get to do only sometimes in weekend…but yes….as u said,…its very very addictive…..! but somehow i like the satin stitch so much, yet to try my hand on it…!
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