East Asian Inspirations Sal Update

As I promised – the 8th part Of East Asian Sal is ready and presents flowers in many shades of blue colour.  This time I tried to stitch more on the frame. It is slightly complicated stitching on the sides but fortunately quite simple in the center. This is the result.

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East Asian Inspirations Sal

Update on this beautiful Sal by Lucie Heaton pattern. Now I’ve got seven parts made, today I started on the 8th. In the previous, 7 part, we stitched a beautiful sea wave according to the famous Japanese artist, ukiyo-e painter, and printmaker of the Edo period Katsushika Hokusai. The artist is best known as the author of the woodblock print series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji which includes the internationally iconic print, The Great Wave off Kanagawa Lucie’s interpretation looks like this:

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And the whole picture now looks like this:

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Today I’ve started part 8th, so wait for more information 🙂

East Asian Inspirations Sal

Some time ago Kate Worthington announced new SAL by Lucie Heaton pattern and I sign in for it, because I really like Lucie’s projects. I cross stitched a lot of her mice, but this new project was a surprise. It was created in beautiful shades of blue color and consists of 12 parts, so the project will keep me happy for a long time.

I use Murano 32 count evenweave, pearl colour for this project and DMC thread, as always. I always buy evenweave at my favourite Internet shop HobbyStudio from Elbląg city, this store has never let mi down before.

I get the pattern on the 1st of each month, keep up to date, the next part of the Sal is coming soon.