Tuesday, August 23, 2011

A tree grows in Baltimore

The Baltimore row/alley house is finally finished!

I popped in the last window shade on the far right--three plies of DMC floss #543 in a horizontal interlocking gobelin stitch, and was then ready to attack the tree.

To make nice fluffy French knots that would make the tree stand out from the building, I chose Silk & Ivory "Broccoli." I added a few tent stitches at the base of the tree using DMC floss and the tree was done.

And what do I work on for my next project? I'm leaning toward another lighthouse adaptation--what do you think?

5 comments:

coral-seas said...

Love this one. The row of houses is lovely and I especially like the lamp post.

The Chilly Hollow Needlepoint Adventure said...

The tree is my favorite part but the whole thing is wonderful, Anne. Hope your husband appreciates this.

Cyn said...

Hi Anne,

Love the rowhouse!

Yes, another light house. :-)

Cynthia
Windy Meadow

Cool City Stitcher said...

Very well done. I love it all, especially the bricks and the tree. Another lighthouse would be good..

threadmedley said...

A very well maintained alley house! Love the subtle shading of the Loganberry for the bricks. Looks so much like the real thing. By all means, entertain us with another lighthouse!