Silk shading day 7/8

Another day at home and I managed to finish off the leaf and add the lime/yellow highlights to the flower spathe.

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I have been looking forward to adding more colour to this piece – but think after 10 days of non-stop sewing, I have finally hit a brick wall and the mixture of colours within the flower have totally deluded me today. Here is what I managed to complete – but I am still not happy about the combination of threads.

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I am hoping to finish tomorrow as it is mounting day – not sure I will be able to complete all the mounting, but I am quite pleased to have got so much completed.

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Happy stitching everyone.

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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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6 Responses to Silk shading day 7/8

  1. kathyreeves says:

    What you’ve done on the bottom of the flower looks spot on to me! The middle needs something, but the darker shade looks just right, I bet your tutor can help get that sorted quickly, at least I hope so. It really is beautiful!

  2. rosejasm says:

    10 days of sewing – my brain hurts just thinking about it never mind doing! Coming on a treat though x

  3. I think it is coming together, and you will have learnt so much from it. The leaf was probably easier, partly because you were coming to it fresh, and partly because you didn’t have to deal with the green-to-red shading. It takes a lot of concentration to do something like this.

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