SAL 30 – My little blue wren

Hello everyone, I do hope you are keeping safe and well during the lockdown. I have been making slow and steady progress on a number of unfinished projects, including my little blue wren kit by Jenny Adin-Christie.    Three weeks ago I had finished the tail section and the wren’s head and back.

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I then set to work on the chest area. This is worked using a combination of sequins and curled metallic purl. The area is first outlined in with rows of sequins in different shades of blue. Then the centre of the chest is filled with interlocking layers of metal purl to give a very textured finish. So here is where  I am up to now….next stop the wings.

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Thank you for popping in. Happy stitching and I hope to see you all safe and well in another 3 weeks.
We are a small group of crafters using a variety of different techniques. Please check out the fabulous stitching by all the other members of the SAL. If you are interested in joining us you can contact Avis for details.

AvisClaireGunCarol , SueConstanzeChristina,   KathyMargaretCindyHeidiJackie , SunnyHayley,   Megan, MaryMargaretRenee , CarmellaJocelyn,   Sharon,   DaisyAnneA.J. , JennyLaura , Cathie,   Linda,   Sherrie  and welcome back to Helen

 

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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34 Responses to SAL 30 – My little blue wren

  1. Wow! It is really precious and you are very good!
    Hugs, Carmela

  2. kathyreeves says:

    I love your little wren, the different elements are amazing. I am also in love with that gorgeous blue wool herringbone, I would take a few yards of that in a heartbeat!!

  3. Loving the colours and all the bling!

  4. CathieJ says:

    That little bird is going to be quite flashy. I am enjoying watching your progress.

  5. claire93 says:

    such detail & texture with all those sequins!

  6. magpiesue says:

    You choose the most interesting projects! It’s always a surprise to see what you’ve done or are doing. 🙂

  7. Christina says:

    Stunning details! This flashy wren is going to be beautiful 😀

  8. There are so many wonderful details in this little bird. A delight to watch him grow!

  9. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    Simply gorgeous!

  10. Wow – you are so talented, I love watching the transformation of your work. this little wren is going to be stunning.

  11. rutigt says:

    This is gonna be so wonderful!

  12. Sharon says:

    This is just gorgeous. Your work is so beautiful.

  13. teamwilsun says:

    Wow — I am always so stunned by your work, and how every technique is new to me. Beautiful!

  14. Catherine says:

    Wow! Such a great project and what a great way to use the materials. The blues are so vibrant. I I’m looking forward to seeing the next stage of the project!

  15. Very pretty! I like watching your progress 🙂

  16. Wow this looks to be a fascinating project and I will look forward to seeing more next time I visit .

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