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Here are all the pictures of Rosa centifolia Anglica rubra - Pierre-Joseph Redoute as stitched by Christina Thompson, Idaho. Click any picture for a closer look.
Rosa centifolia Anglica rubra - Pierre-Joseph Redoute RED001 pattern info
Christina Thompson, Idaho
22-count white Hardanger cloth
June 21, 2012 “I've been working on this since the beginning of this year (2012) and take pictures when I complete every 10 rows. I am stitching on 22-count white Hardanger, 2 strands of floss over one fabric square. I am parking threads, using several Needle Park Avenues to hold and mark them. I am working all the way across each row, not just one page. The reason I don't have an even horizontal line at the bottom of my stitching is because if I have a thread parked to start a stitch directly below a stitch I have just finished, I go ahead and stitch the parked thread, too. I am using the pinhead stitch to start and end each thread, and I skip no further than 5 stitches to park or stitch my next group of stitches of a particular symbol. I stitch Danish style (//// across, then \\ back), but only for continuous stitches. If I have even one stitch of a different symbol between two of the same color, I complete the first full group of continuous stitches, then skip to the next group to either park the thread or stitch it, whichever is appropriate.”
September 3, 2012
September 3, 2012 “I've gotten 50 rows done in the 8 months I've been working on it. Now, I will have to mostly set it aside for the next 2 years, or so, as I will be starting Nursing School in a couple of weeks, and studies will take most of my time.”
 


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