Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Brazilian Embroidery

This Rose is Brazilian Embrodiery with a touch of Stumpwork it is from a design by Debbie Kelley.

Initially it seems rather daunting but in fact turned out to be a quick and easy design to finish

15 comments:

Love to Stitch 99 said...

Oh la la, Terry, c'est magnifique :-)

I love it! You have done a wonderful job with it. I will soon be starting mine and just hope that I manage to do as well as you have done yours.

What is next? Stitching or painting or a little bit of both?

Pierrette =^..^=

Elisabeth Braun said...

And is very lovely! I love Brazilian, but haven't really done any myself yet. I will though...

Your painting seems to be coming along well too. Keep up the good work!

Jane said...

What a great rose. I don't normally do pink, but this is lovely.

Doris Glovier said...

Stunning embroidery! Such delicate work!

NCPat said...

Terry, this is beautiful! How are you going to finish it?

Janine said...

Absolutely gorgeous Terry. You are one talented lady.

Terry said...

Thank you for all your kind comments, I have not decided yet how I will finish it, am looking for a nice deep frame and then will find a nice tonal colour for a double or treble mount probably in an oval shape

Pat Winter said...

Very beautiful. I love your Brazilian thread work. The fish is wonderful too.

alarttex said...

Hi Terry:
Your work is very beautiful!

Maria del Valle

alarttex said...

Woww, what beauty!! is really lovely!

Maria del Valle

crazyQstitcher said...

Your watercolours are delightful and my favourite is the treed one. Your rose is gorgeous. Can you tell me how you achieved the rolled edges please? It really finishes the petals.

Maureen

Terry said...

the petal edges of the rose are a long bullion with detatched buttonhole stitch.

Linda Stilin said...

What gorgeous work!!

Teresa de chile said...

Hola soy de chile y me gusto su trabajo me gustaria que me enseñara como se ace.

Teresa de chile said...

Hola soy de chile y me gusto su trabajo me gustaria que me enseñara como se ace.