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.
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:
And the whole picture now looks like this:
Today I’ve started part 8th, so wait for more information 🙂
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.