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Here are all the pictures of A Peacock and Doves in a Garden - Eugene Bidau as stitched by Mary Rogers, Mexico, Missouri. Click any picture for a closer look.
A Peacock and Doves in a Garden - Eugene Bidau BID001 pattern info
Mary Rogers, Mexico, Missouri
18-count aida
September 6, 2013
September 6, 2013 “I have a hint that has saved me a lot of trouble. I use an E-Z Lap Stand that is mounted to a table. I was needing some 32" scroll rods to do a picture some years ago and was having trouble with the longer scroll rods bending in the center. My husband came up with the idea of square ones made out of oak. He took a 1 by 2 oak board and split it in half. He sanded it smooth and rounded the edges and cut it to the length I needed. He then inserted the studs in the end that he got at the hardware store. Total cost: $1.75. It worked great. He has since made me several sets of these. I have finished 4 pictures using these rods with no warpage or distortion in the picture. These will not bend no matter how tight you keep your work.”
September 6, 2013 “Here is a picture of A Peacock and Doves in a Garden by Eugene Bidau. It is my favorite peacock picture to date. I have only 3 of them. I did this on 18-count ivory aida cloth. If worked on this from 5-10-2012 to 8-18-2013. It was my first attempt at blending threads and it was challenging at first. After I got the hang of it it was no problem at all. I quite enjoyed doing a picture with no outlining in it. Thanks for bringing such good pictures to stitch. I have 2 more to do in the future. (Click "more pictures by Mary" for a good tip on scroll rods.)”
 


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