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Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Scandinavian Rose 1

              Cold and dull outside, but clear and bright in,
          I have finished the first stitchery for Scandinavian Rose quilt,


and have started stitching the next one.


I am very happy with my choice of the red thread. Although you can't really see it very well from the picture, it is a lovely shade. I have washed the first stitchery since and not a hint of a red dye.

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15 comments:

  1. Radko kolik casti ten quilt bude mit ? Uz ted je videt ze jsi si vybrala hezky motiv a v cervene to je jeste heztsi.

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  2. It´so beautiful!Love it!

    hugs Gudrun

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  3. Radka, it looks so beautiful.
    I know I shouldn't complain but here it's still hot and sunny every day - I'm ready for one dull rainy day so I can stay inside and stitch!!
    Shane ♥

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  4. Dear Radka,
    It is so beautiful, you are an excellent stitcher.
    Its also wet and grey here, time to sew -
    happy stitching
    Hanna

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  5. They look beautiful! I usually read you in Reader but came over to leave a comment - your Snowdrops header is looking lovely too. It's nice to have hopes for spring!

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  6. Your stiches are lovely and the red seems to be perfect!

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  7. It´s very beautiful,I like very much.
    Congratulations.

    Aurori

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  8. Hi Radka, your stitching is beautiful and the blocks are lovely.I am surprised you have already washed your first block it looks great.

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  9. dear Radka,
    beautiful embroidery! the cold weather is just right in order to complete the work by hand! here is still so much snow, I look forward to the first spring temperatures!

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  10. Your embroidery is beautiful, Radka, and I am happy for you that the red thread did not run - it must have been an exciting moment.

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  11. The red stitchery is lovely Radka. I will look forward to following your progress.

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