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Friday, November 16, 2012

Echo Canyon Progress Report

When last seen, the horses were not running across the canyon floor, only one basket had been stitched and very little had been done in the area below the canyon (background). I have been stitching on this a little bit each night and took this last night before I added more of the background.

The stitching has not been hard, and the stitch choices of the designer really work well together. I can't tell you the name of the stitch I am doing now for the background, but will try to on my next post, (I am doing this post on my lunch break and the charts are at home). The horses are fabric that has been put on with the iron on interfacing and then floss tails added. She gave us three different brown batik fabrics and I made horses out of them all picking the three I liked best.
That about covers it for now, but I will add that Jeanette Rees was an excellent teacher and I would recommend a class from here if you get a chance.

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