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Thursday, April 12, 2012

Hornbook Needlewomen Completed

The stitching and preparation to put this on the hornbook at our May 7 Foothills EGA meeting has been finished. I made a twisted cord with some #8 perle cotton in the main color (which I had to buy, everything else was from stash). Since the piece is small I decided to scan it on my scanner and as you can see the fabric color much better!
The designer of this Needlewomen is unknown. It was done using DMC floss (3328, 3053 & 712), Krienik #4 braid color #102 for her needle and is stitched on Zweigart's 32 count Apricot Belfast linen.

Have a GREAT day everyone!!


gracie said...

I really like this design...can't wait to see your finish.

Chocolates4Breakfast (Terri Malinovich) said...

She looks great! It is a darling pattern.

Susan @ Real Girl Designs said...

Very cute finish - I love the pop of green in the predominantly pink piece!