Underwater Fantasy

Project Description

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just let your imagination run wild -- there are no mistakes with this technique. Although it is somewhat tedious to stitch out a "Stitch Bible" -- I stitched out 560+ stitches and didn't even stitch them all out -- it is really worth the effort. I would suggest using different threads -- I used a different thread for each page.

What you will need

  • Threads (heavy cotton
  • rayon
  • metallic)
  • yarn
  • perle cotton
  • cords
  • paint for the fish
  • beads

Q&A with Linnae

Carol Ann Waugh asked:
Beautiful! Great idea to also test different threads while stitching you "Stitch Bible". You can learn several things at the same time. Love those spirals and thanks for sharing.
Linnae answered:
Thanks, Carol - this was really fun!
Twiglet asked:
That is beautiful. Love your fabric, love your stitch ideas and love your imagination.
Linnae answered:
Thank you -- there
Northwoods Pat asked:
Really beautiful... and inspiring. This class is definitely on the list of ones I want to take!
Linnae answered:
It's a fun class -- good way to explore your machine's features. asked:
Wow, this is fantastic. It looks like you programmed a combination of a couple of stitches, something I've recently learned to do.
Linnae answered:
Thank you -- I did program a couple of the stitches -- something I don't usually take advantage of!
Twiglet asked:
Love the way you've changed the size of the stitches in the piece
Linnae answered:
Thank you -- it was a really fun project.

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