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kedd, december 13, 2011

doin' a two step through the tulips...

I've been plugging along these last few weeks, and I managed to finally finish off the tulips! And in time for Christmas! Here they are in all their glory... I did leave off the row of small tulips on the bottom, as I didn't think it really added to the piece either way.


Black tulips by Lanarte
DMC threads, on 28ct ivory jobelan



Not sure what I'm going to work on now, I'll probably do some stash diving and either come up with something new, or find some more ornaments to stitch up. I won't be empty handed for long!

I will be putting up the pattern for sale, with the left over threads - I ran out of two, but I have the DMC conversion so they are easily replaced. The pattern is still readable, I did mark it up with my pink pencil, but its erasable, as well the fabric that came with the kit - an ivory linen is also included. So please check out my sales page on the top if you are interested. (newer stuff is added to the bottom of the page)

10 megjegyzés:

Edo írta...

beautiful!!!!!

Mindi írta...

Your tulips are stunning, great job on the finish!

Joysze írta...

Congrats on the finish!!! It's beautiful. :D

Blu írta...

Lovely finish! Congrats!

Veronica írta...

Congratulation! Tulips are one of my favourite flowers and your Black Tulips is gorgeous.

Hugs,
Veronica.

Hely írta...

Hello from new reader! :)

I found your blog by accident, kinda. I was checking pics of Mirabilia's Autumn in my garden and I am planning to stitch it and found your blog :) I am a follower now!

Dani - tkdchick írta...

Oh Kati that is just gorgeous!!! Lanarte always has the most delicate and beautiful designs!

The Maiden írta...

Stunning! I have always wanted to stitch a Lanarte, this may be the one!

Veerle írta...

I made the same piece and I also left out the small row at the bottom.... had the same feeling : not an added value

Veerle
Belgium

ArchangelDecker írta...

Do you happen to still have the conversion that you did for this piece?

I am getting ready to start it and I would love to have it if you do.

Yours turned out beautifully! :)