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Friday, January 27, 2012

A Rash Confession

Part 9 of The Great Escape, came out today, and I actually got it done!

Next up will be all the background detail.


The Great Escape
28ct white Jubilee, DMC 317, 318, 413, 414, 415

This week's stitch is the Queen Stitch. And I do confess, I don't understand why so many stitchers have trouble with it. I found it easy. Of course, these Queens are tiny at four vertical stitches, so maybe the bigger ones are difficult? *hides from the irate mob*

11 comments:

Mangogirl said...

lovely stitching :D

Yvon (jioya) said...

this one is getting better and better.

Hugs Yvon.

Shebafudge said...

Wol is looking amazing! I must get mine out and carry on with.

gracie said...

looking good...

Mouse said...

hahahah ... re the queen stitches .... some days I can do fab ones and others its eeeekkkk ??? mind you I find french knots a doddle :) love mouse xxxx

Deb said...

Your piece looks awfully fun!!!! I have enjoyed watching the progress!!

Carol said...

It's looking great! It must be fun doing all those different stitches :)

Ziggyeor said...

oh he looks very good. I'm determined to stitch on my Dolly Mama today so maybe I can get one finish in January.

Lynn said...

I do enjoy watching your progress on this one! I spoke to a stitching friend the other day and when I asked her about Queen stitches she also said that she didn't find they were all that bad. Of course there were many others who disagreed with her!

Joysze said...

Gorgeous, Blu!!! The big queens work the same as the little ones. Maybe some stitchers have a harder time with having to use a looser tension so that the vertical stitches don't pull? IDK... but I quite enjoy them myself. :D

Topcho said...

TGE is looking awesome, and all of the stitches look so neat!