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Thursday, 16 June 2022

Embroidered pillow cases


Hi,

I am scheduling this post as I am away,   This is a pair of pillow cases which I was given as a kit by a friend,  she did not think she could do it justice,  it was not an easy kit and although I did simplify the flowers a little bit,  I completely changed the leaves.  They originally were in cross stitch,  but I felt it looked wrong so one the first pillow case I did unpick those I had done,  re designed them into more of a rose leaf.  I think it worked 

The kit was by Bucilla called florentine border no 63328 and designed by Terry Bertone.  I kept to the same colours as the kit.

There was a variety of stitches, mainly stem stitch, French knots, blanket stitch and satin stitch.

Hope  you are having a good week.

Margaret 

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful work Margaret,

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  2. Very pretty 😍 I agree that your leaf embroidery choice is better than cross stitch.

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  3. Ooh, that’s gorgeous, you’ve certainly done the kit justice.

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  4. a gorgeous pair now you have them finished, we used to embroider all our all linen didn't we, have a nice holiday Tilly

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  5. Beautifully embroidered Margaret, fab stitching, Kate x

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  6. Lovely! I remember getting embroidered pillow cases as a wedding present. We used them until they work out.

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  7. They are so pretty Margaret, beautifully embroidered.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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