Sunday, 3 February 2013

Learning Griffin Stitch–Phase 1

Hooohooo Iam back………. I was not much active with new posts for a while, but that doesn’t mean I was away from this wonderful blogland. I am a regular visitor at all my favorite blogs, (u know tat na….my comments were always there in all ur new posts..hi hi hi ), and that visits leads to this post. I just want to show u a beautiful stitch called Griffin Stitch. Griffin stitch simply satisfies all my stitch preferences, I always love working with different colors of thread, I love big patterns (its tooo tedious to fill big patterns, so I stick to smaller ones), and the most important is it gives a different unique look to our work…..
I have started working a pattern, not yet completed, here z the work in progress,
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The other one….
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I ll update the progress…..
Love to hear from u….. and eager to see ur experiments with Griffin…..Smile

next phase
Finished pattern.

7 comments:

Ranjana's craft blog said...

Missed your posts...welcome back...the motif is too good...loved the color combination, even I love bold designs.

Magpie's Mumblings said...

I've never seen this stitch before - it's lovely, and looks like it's fun to do.

வை.கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் said...

VERY NICE ! CONGRATS !!.

Preeti said...

Welcome back Raji! Good to see your post again. Your stitch looks lovely:) I have started some cross stitch projects, no free hand embroidery yet.

Shami Immanuel said...

Welcome back again Raji. Beautiful stitching. It is in my yet to do stitch list.

Shami.
www.shamiatcraft.blogspot.com

Isabelle said...

hello, happy to see you again. when I saw your picture, I think to myself "oh, she visited Mary Corbet's blog", isn't it ;-)

RajiSaj said...

Thank u Ranjana, Magpie's Mumblings, வை.கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் , Preeti , Shami Immanuel, Isabelle.
Isabelle, of course i learned this stitch from Mary Corbet's Needlenthread. I have given the link back to her site in my post itself.

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