Monthly Archives: July 2016

And it’s finished!

Of course, this isn’t the beauty shot that we’ll get when Sonata is framed, but it’s finished! Back to the Rainbow Gallery Flair – I found a place to use it since I really like it as an interesting texture. … Continue reading

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Sonata crescents

I’ve actually finished stitching the project but got a little behind on posting updates. So here’s what happened with the crescents: There are crescent pairs in each corner. At first I thought I’d stitch them in Rainbow Gallery Flair. I … Continue reading

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Sonata progress continued

With the Amadeus stitches sorted out, I worked on some background stitches. I really loved the Bargello as I was stitching it, and was very tempted to leave parts of the pattern unstitched since I loved the shape it was … Continue reading

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More progress on Sonata

I’m making steady progress on Sonata. I’ve added the Amadeus stitches around the filling stitch I came up with. I loved these Amadeus stitches! I’ve stitched other Amadeus shapes before. This is the first time I’ve used this shape, with … Continue reading

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Sonata – 5

Back to work on Sonata. In my original thoughts for the design I had several stitches that left open holes, like an Amadeus and crescents, and I decided to fill the holes with stitches to avoid open canvas. My first … Continue reading

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