Monday, 11 July 2016

Moving on with the peach hardanger scatter cushion

Back again for the next segment of the work on my most recent hardanger scatter cushion cover.

I've loved working on this one.  It's been really quick to do and the colours - the mixed peach shaded threads - have been delightful.

The angled shot below shows the lovely texture of the pearl cotton threads beautifully, don't you think?



All the threads removed that needed to come out and ready for the next stage - the filling stitches.   Tune in for that part in my next post on this piece.

I've also been working on the patchwork effect baby knit and taking some photos for Friday's 'Where Bloggers Create' post.  Now to edit them....

Text and images © Elizabeth Braun 2016

12 comments:

Brenda M. Côté said...

This is so beautiful. Looking forward to seeing your filling stitches.

jackiescrafts said...

This is gorgeous, looking forward to seeing the next stage

Cynthia Gilbreth said...

It's looking great, the variegated peach really gives the hearts dimension.

thecraftycreek.com said...

Beautiful work :-)

Jenny said...

So beautiful already, you have done a lovely job of your cushion cover. Will be even lovlier when it is finally completed.

Le trame della Galaverna said...

Gorgeous work

Rachel said...

I agree, we should take more angled shots of our embroidery - the whole thing comes to life!

Celtic Thistle said...

You have done a great job of capturing the beauty of those threads, what a lovely piece of work too.

Beáta Tüzes said...

Wonderfull!!!!

Wendy said...

It's looking beautiful

SuperMomNoCape said...

This is gorgeous! Your stitching is beautiful and I love the grey and white that you've alternated and then using that variegated thread for the hearts... is just perfect.

Thanks so much for linking up to last week's Stitchery Link Party. Aloha hugs!

Irina said...

Ah, the beauty emerges extraordinary! Daylight colors amazing!

 
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