Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Still working behind the scene


Now that the slanted gobelin stitch section of the jacquard pattern is finished behind little Coffee, I've started filling in with tent stitches using DMC floss #869.

Notice that the direction of the jacquard pattern--from bottom right to top left--is opposite that of the veil which covers part of Coffee's face. This "opposition" creates tension and adds to the exotic flavor of the overall design.

I've trimmed the veil itself with Kreinik #12 tapestry braid #014 which will make it easier to fill in this area later.

I'll be back on Friday with a finale, but in the meantime, hope all of my readers have a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving Day!

4 comments:

Cool City Stitcher said...

This is coming to life, with your stitches and colors. Love it!

Possibilities, Etc. said...

She's really starting to dance now! That blue scarf is a great touch of color.

Pierrette =^..^= said...

Looking very good, Anne. This is a beautiful new series.

Pierrette =^..^=

Rachel said...

The trim on the veil is just right - light fabrics need a bit of weight at the edges is they are to behave reliably for the dancer!