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Friday, 4 March 2011

slow progress





No shattering news on the stitching front, I am affraid.

                        





                               
                I am working on the next section of my Schwalm sampler.


I have embellished the top of my Spring quilt with some embroidery and I have started to quilt by hand.
I am using a design which came with the quilt pattern, which is more complicated then I have ever done, so this will take some time!
I am using a light green Aurifil thread.

9 comments:

  1. The Schwalm embroidery is looking good and I am sure you will enjoy your hand quilting on this beautiful quilt. Take care.

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  2. Oh my goodness, Radka, that Schwalm sampler looks gorgeous. What beautiful work you do! And your Spring quilt is looking great, too. You are definitely good at hand stitching!

    XOXO,

    Cyndi

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  3. Bravo that you are handquilting!
    I never did Schwalm embroidery - and I like your sample very much. The quilt will be beautiful - will we see the complete piece when it is finished? Of course, patience!

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  4. I've just found your blog and have enjoyed seeing your outstanding work. I am also filled with joy (and envy) just looking at your spring photos!

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  5. It´s wonderful,the quilt will be very beautiful.You are an artist.Congratulations.

    Kisses.Aurori

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  6. Wow, your schwalm sampler will become a masterpiece. It's just a pity that I don't manage to do some embroidery with my ill fingers. And when I was young and my fingers were ok, I didn't feel like sewing and stitching. I am looking forward to seeing the whole quilt when it is finished.
    Barbara

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  7. Radka I don't know this term of for embroidery but it looks very effort full... I am really a fan of your neatness... Embroidery without neatness is nothing and you have perfection in it... Waiting for the completion...
    Hope you will enjoy your visit if you can spare a little bit to see some napkin folds at
    http://craftaworld.blogspot.com/
    Love
    Farah

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  8. What kind of stitching is the Schwalm project? It is lovely.

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