Jenny Wren, the breast is yet to come!

I am slowly continuing to make progress on my little Jenny Wren Etui. After finishing her tail I moved on to her breast. The feathers are outlined in chain stitch and then filled with a variety of satin stitch, fly stitch and detached daisy stitch. The most worrying part of the stitching was using a stiletto to punch holes into the fabric – these were then bound with satin stitch. I think that it has turned out fairly well….

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Next step – the wings…

Happy stitching!

About wybrow1966

My name is Deborah, and my earliest recollection of being creative is learning how to smock at primary school. We had a wonderful, white-haired lady who came in once a week to teach the 'girls' how to sew. I am not sure what the boys got up to during this time - but I never once felt as though I was missing out on anything. Now, as a primary teacher, I often give up evenings to teach enthusiastic children how to embroider. I am now just about to embarked into the world of blogging. Who knows if anyone will be interested, or if I can even keep it up. But here goes....
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14 Responses to Jenny Wren, the breast is yet to come!

  1. Lucie says:

    Beautiful work x

  2. Dima says:

    It’s looking great! That first hole is always nerve wracking

  3. This looks beautiful and delicate

  4. wybrow1966 says:

    Thank you – I am really enjoying this project.

  5. Catherine says:

    It looks great! Very neat, and your purposeful holes look great!

  6. So dainty and delicate. Absolutely beautiful. šŸ™‚

  7. sewchet says:

    So intricate and detailed – Iā€™m in awe!

  8. Jen says:

    Looks beautiful! I so want to get this…save, save, save

  9. Marlous says:

    Thank you for sharing your progress on your etui. I saw the original when I did the brooch workshop with Jenny in February and I loved it. I am just a bit scared of doing it on my own without a workshop. Your blog is giving me so much more information about how it is made so might pick up the confidence to get the kit and go for it!

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