SAL Update: Seashells #8

May 14, 2017 at 7:39 am | Posted in Embroidery | 11 Comments
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We’re on to the next shell today!

Previous version:

Seashells - 2017-04-23

Today:

Seashells - 2017-05-14

The snail is worked in long and short stitch in sections with two colours alternating. I really like the effect, and it’s a lot less tedious to work than all the chainstitch filling before.

Here are the other members of the SAL who are posting today. Make sure to check out their work, it’s amazing: Avis, Claire, Gun, Carole, Lucy, Jess, Sue, Kate, Debbie Rose, Christina, Kathy, Margaret, Cindy, Helen, Steph, Wendy, Linda, Catherine, Mary Margaret and Timothy.

If you would like to join in please contact Avis, who will give you full details.

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  1. looking really gorgeous!

  2. The colours on that second shell are really delicate and realistic, and I like the textural difference you get with the new stitches.

  3. Great progress, I love the soft pinky browns you are using for this.

  4. Coming to life beautifully

  5. Lovely textures on this piece.

  6. Amazing! It’s coming along so beautifully and the different stitches will really make it pop.

  7. Great progress, looks beautiful

  8. The shell looks gorgeous. Lots of progress there too 🙂

  9. Beautiful!

  10. I love that technique for that she’ll, it makes it look real! Hurrah that you are done with the chain stitch!

  11. Beautiful, love seeing your progress each time, it’s stunning


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