I really, really enjoyed stitching Tanja Berlin's Goldwork Lion. This was my first attempt at goldwork embroidery and I am very pleased with the result. Daughter #2 who had never asked for a piece of anything I've stitched asked if she could have it so I'm doubly happy!

Here is a close-up view of the gold and copper purl purls. They certainly were neat to work with.

 Close-up of all the different couched threads.

And my very messy back view that I have yet to stitch down :)

Forget-Me-Nots are one of my very favourite flowers and they are all in bloom right now and so I had to share a picture with you.

A hungry muskrat paid a call and I was able to get a picture of him as he breakfasted on willow leaves.

Happy Stitching everyone,
Jeannette Luther

1 comment:

  1. Hi Jeannette.. always a Bonus when one of our children (or someone else) asks for a piece of our work. Forget-me-nots.. Love them.. they were one of my mother-in-law's favourite flowers... and we have several groupings of them here... Love the finished lion.. and good for you that it is now Finished! Marie


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