Friday, 1 November 2013

Paris Market #86

Drum roll please...

May I present to you: Paris Market - finished!! My review last night found one missed stitch.

Unfortunately, you can't really see all the yellow french knots very well, but there are quite a few of them. I'll forever be indebted to my friend Judith for showing me how to do them properly. This time last year, and I'd have have left them off or substituted with beads. Now it's off to the framers with European Bistro from earlier in the year to get them framed in matching frames.

And I thought, why not something a bit different - this is the back of my work. I'm very pleased with how neat it still is.

This long weekend, we're off to the beach at Aireys Inlet, so I will get a heap more done on The Triplets Alphabet - who knows, I may even finish that too!

Happy Stitching,
Kerrie

12 comments:

  1. I thought for a moment that the second photo was European Bistro! How do you keep the back so neat? This is such an amazing piece of stitching. Can't wait to see it framed!

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  2. Me too! I thought the second photo was European Bistro. fancy having a back as neat as that!

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  3. Absolutely beautiful...well done! I've enjoyed seeing your progress on this piece, and am amazed at your speed!

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  4. Happy dance to you! What an achievement and so quickly too. It looks great and the back is as neat as the front. What's next on the agenda?

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  5. Congratulation. Your Paris Market looks amazing.
    Your back ist fantastic and your stitching is perfect.

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  6. Congrats on your beautiful finish! I've really enjoyed watching your progress on this. Looking forward to seeing it framed along with Bistro, and also to see what your new project will be.

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  7. Congratulations! It is a brilliant finish, and very neat at the back, I would never show the reverse of my work :D haha

    So, whats next? :D

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  8. Kerrie: It is beautiful, I even love the backside it looks like a different street almost.
    Catherine

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  9. Congratulations! A mighty effort

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  10. It looks AWESOME! and such a neat back...

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