Sunday, October 30, 2011

Embroidery

I've been working on a number of embroidery pieces lately.  I finished these over the past few days.


(this Halloween pattern was free at  Homeberries.com)

These next two are done using the Colourque Method.  Each was colored with colored pencils, sealed with textile medium and embroidered to create an applique type finish.




This next one is Sewalong #6.  If you're following along, don't forget to get the pattern.  It's only up until next Friday.



Hope you had a good day.

7 comments:

Denise :) said...

Pat, I love your pumpkins and fruits of the harvest! Well, I really like all of them. How's that?! Thank you for the Sewalong reminder!! :)

Scarlett Burroughs said...

What a fun embroider piece - cat and jack-o-lanterns. I've featured this post on Craft Gossip here:
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Fiesta said...

Great projects and the techniques sound so interesting.

Chris said...

I like them all. Nice job!

Heike's quilts and socks said...

They look all so wonderful. I love them all.
~Heike

Kate said...

All of them are beautiful. I'm intrigued by the Colorque Method. I may have to find out a bit more about that type of hand stitching. I love the effect with the Christmas bells.

Helen said...

I have read your link about the colorque method. I find it interesting and I want to try it on my next embroidery project.
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