Created by: Spirit of Belarus
Project

Ripples On Water

What was your source for this embroidery project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo https://www.etsy.com/listing/178419675/r Link to website or photo www.craftsy.com/pattern/embroidery/hand-embroidery/ripples-on-water-1-a-spring/84971 What are you most proud of? Belarusan traditional patterns are commonly done in cross stitch and old technique called Nizanka. I've recreated them, transferred into modern techniques. Particularly, for this design, I invented a new stile in Bargello technique, kind a For-Way variation. What advice would you give someone starting this project? It is stitched with tent and long straight stitches only. Pretty easy :) You can repeat stitched segments and make your project as small or as big as you wish, square or length wise

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Spirit of Belarus made Ripples On Water with:

Ripples On Water. 1. A Spring_Pattern

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Ripples On Water. 1. A Spring_Pattern

Sold by Iryna Varabei

  • Canvas for stitching
  • DMC floss.

Project Description

What was your source for this embroidery project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo https://www.etsy.com/listing/178419675/r Link to website or photo www.craftsy.com/pattern/embroidery/hand-embroidery/ripples-on-water-1-a-spring/84971 What are you most proud of? Belarusan traditional patterns are commonly done in cross stitch and old technique called Nizanka. I've recreated them, transferred into modern techniques. Particularly, for this design, I invented a new stile in Bargello technique, kind a For-Way variation. What advice would you give someone starting this project? It is stitched with tent and long straight stitches only. Pretty easy :) You can repeat stitched segments and make your project as small or as big as you wish, square or length wise

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Skill Level

Intermediate