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Thursday, November 5, 2009

WIP: Hannah Thornbush (by The Essamplaire)

Today's featured WIP is the Hannah Thornbush sampler, reproduced by Margriet Hogue of The Essamplaire.

Technique/Materials: Various sampler stitches (double running, marking cross, satin stitch, detached buttonhole, and many more I haven't gotten to yet!) on 45ct linen (over 3) using Soie d'Alger and Soie d'Paris silks.

Background:  I started Hannah in June 2009 as part of an online class from The Essamplaire, after seeing a picture of the original sampler. What can I say? I'm a glutton for punishment.

Why it's not done: I managed to stitch the first monthly lesson (the first two bands) in just over a month. After that, lack of sleep (from Erin's adjusting to the cast) proved to be non-conducive to concentrating on stitching over-3 on 45ct!

What's left to do:  Um... did you see the picture of the original?


Kathy A. said...

Oh my - that is one BBAP!!!!

Edy said...

Enough said! And to make it more confusing, you say it's over 3?

Kathy A. said...

Jeanne - wondering through blogs today I ran across this one that might interest you!

jdnrob said...

Wow, plan on several years for stitching that gem. It will be beautiful when it is done though!

Joanie R.

Cyn said...

Hi Jeanne,

You'll get back to it when you can get more sleep, or when Erin goes off to college! LOL!

Windy Meadow

Le blog de l'atelier la providence said...

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