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Here are all the pictures of Cluny Tapestry Rabbit as stitched by elodiem, France. Click any picture for a closer look.
Cluny Tapestry Rabbit UNK014-D pattern info
elodiem, France
18-count aida
October 12, 2013
October 12, 2013
October 12, 2013
October 12, 2013
October 12, 2013 “I wanted to tell you that I'm greatly enjoying embroidering the first Cluny rabbit with a red background. On Aida 18-count. I started on August 6th. I try to do an hour to an hour and a half every night, it's going quite well. I am looking forward to have it finished and framed, with its little brother, the rabbit on the blue background which you also sent me at the beginning of July.”
March 22, 2014 “I have finished my first Cluny rabbit. It took me 221 days to complete. I have calculated that it means on average around 87 cross stitches a day, which is not a lot! My plan is to complete the little brother (the blue one), in less time. I have already started it. I would like to have them framed in the same style, so the little red one will have to wait a bit. Thank you very much for all the enjoyment I had embroidering this project.”
October 29, 2014 “I have finished the second rabbit. This one was when they were hanging on the line after a wash (that removed the pink guiding lines)”
October 29, 2014 “Here is a second one of them together. Still undecided about how to frame them and display them... I have started on "The Old Cupboard Door", with an embroidery frame this time, to avoid deformation of the fabric. I havenít told my husband what it is, see how he reacts when the pattern emerges... For the moment, itís just the edge of the door, so nothing visible, of course!”
 


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