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Saturday, December 3, 2011

Here Be Dragons

One Christmyth Dragon, actually. One in a series of thirteen freebies by Dragon Dreams.


I can tell that the dragon is twisting around and carrying mistletoe, but I cannot for the life of me figure out how it's twisting.

The Kreinik coverage is atrocious but I don't feel like frogging it and stitching in two strands, so it will have to suffice. This is my first time with perforated paper and other than being awkward to hold, I have no issues. I probably will be a wreck when it comes to cutting, specially since this is such an irregular shapes, but that's for much later.

Now I'm off to work on the phoenix.

TitleChristmyth Dragon
DesignerDragon Dreams
Start date December 3, 2011
Finish dateDecember 3, 2011
Total time3.25 hours
Fabric14 ct white perforated paper
FlossAs charted. Backstitch in 310

7 comments:

paula said...

I wonder if this suggestion woud work . . . do the patterns on regular material and then iron it onto a bonding material that will stiffen it. Then you can handle it easier . . . I HATED using oerforated paper . . . but it ends up being stiff from the iron on bonding.

Yvon (jioya) said...

I love the colors for this Dragon, good luck with it!
I hope to see the result real soon?

Hugs Yvon.

Mouse said...

ooooo how about going over the kreinik stitches again ?? just a thought no frogging but will have two strands more coverage ?? have got the whole monthly dragons to do .. notice the to do ..lol :) love mouse xxxx

Joysze said...

Cute, cute. :D I stitched on perforated once or twice... hate it. :S

Giovanna said...

So cute! Congrats on the finish.

Siobhan said...

Super cute! I think the Kreinik looks great--don't be so hard on yourself!

CindyMae said...

I agree with Siobhan, don't be so hard on yourself . . . it looks great but if it bothers you that bad just going over it again is a great idea. I think it looks great!