Wednesday, March 30, 2016

MARCH EMBROIDERY SAL

Been a bit slack with my blogging lately, too much talking and not enough sewing !!

I love to try new techniques, and when I was visiting the beautiful Mill Rose Cottage late last year, I picked up some  Sashiko embroidery panels.  The lines are pre-printed onto the panel and all you do is stitch using a running stitch.

  I used a Sashiko thread which is similar to a Perle Cotton, in a bright white colour to highlight the lovely pattern.  There are also special long needles that you should use but I found my embroidery needles did the trick.





You can see that I haven't embroidered all the outside crosses, as I am thinking of attaching a border and maybe even adding more panels for a table runner.

Now why not pop across to Martina at Sunshine Quilting and have a look at the other works of art that the lovely bloggers have done.  Always inspirational

Enjoy your day,
Dawn

8 comments:

Martina said...

Oh Dawn, that looks so lovely! I always loved sashiko, perhaps because it combines blue, white and stitching, lol!(But I never made some until now...) And these flowers in the pot just look so beautiful! To join severel blocks to a tablerunner sounds very good! I look forward to see more!
Hugs martina

Helen said...

You are so creative love your new project and the table runner sounds like a great idea and would look gorgeous !

Christine Barnsley said...

Hi Dawn! Hope you are keeping well! Love your sashiko panel... I am always drawn to this type of embroidery it is so pretty! Good idea to make a table runner.... it would look beautiful! Christine x

Flickenstichlerin said...

Dear Dawn,
such delicate fine embroidery. Marvelous work.
It is so pretty.
Greetings,
Sylvia

sigisart said...

Dear Dawn,
what a lovely work. Gorgeous. I love it!
Hugs
sigisart

Utili said...

Liebe Dämmerung,
das ist ja ein wunderschöne Sashikoarbeit, so edel.

Liebe Grüße
Uta

Susan said...

So pretty! It made me think some of my favorite Elefantz designs could be done in sashiko!

Sheryl S. said...

This is lovely work, a very pretty design, tempted to do a bit of Sashiko.

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