Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Work In Progress Wednesday - May 21

Yes, I managed to stitch all remaining names at the backside of the cover for my TAST 2012 fabric book! I only had to make some minor adaptations.
Work In Progress Wednesday is a support group to encourage people to complete languishing projects, Works In Slow Progress or UFO’s.
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10 comments:

  1. Hoi Annet
    Mag ik jou vragen wat nu precies het tast is. Probeer je alle steken uit en maakt er een boekje van?? Of doe je elke steek op meerdere manieren??
    De cursus is heel erg leuk. Maak steken waar ik nog nooit van had gehoord, zal overmorgen weer een update op mijn blog zetten, morgen de hele dag werken, dus dan schiet het niet op.

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    1. De bedoeling van TAST is om nieuwe steken te leren en er eventueel mee te experimenteren. Dat laatste vind ik het leukste aan TAST. Dit wordt mijn derde TAST fabric book en volgens mij ook de laatste. Tegenwoordig borduur ik mijn steken gewoon op de projecten waar ik mee bezig ben of op een Aida sampler.

      Ik ben benieuwd naar je update over de cursus, dus heb ik je blog in m'n feedreader gezet, dan mis ik het niet.

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  2. stitching them in 2 colours has worked so very well, makes each and everyone stand out

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. It's hanging on my design board with some extra stitches and it's a pleasure to look at.

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  3. Congraulations, I'm sure it will look stunning.

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    1. I'm very pleased with the look of my cover, I already added some extra stitches.

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  4. for some reason, this making me drool. I have to try this one day. very beautiful, Annet. thanks for sharing this.

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    1. Thank you. It's fun to see a simple stitch turning in something pretty.

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  5. Embroidered words look nice and are always impressive when you think of the time and effort it has taken to 'write' them. Just beautiful!

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    1. Thank you Queenie, it was fun to 'write' the names of the stitches.

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