Monday, 12 August 2013

a teeny-tiny motif


I'm afraid I can't show you the full project....Sorry ....
It's a part of the pattern which I'm stitching for commission.While I was working this got some ideas to develop later for my class...

                                      

I enjoyed developing this pattern and the stitching process was (is)fun,haven't finished it yet.
What about you ..Do you enjoy whitework? Which is your most favorite technique? Please do share it with me..

Happy stitching!
Anita.

15 comments:

Susan Hook said...

This is very nice stitching, I have not tried whitework yet, it is something that I must have a go at!

RajiSaj said...

Excellent...I couldnt take my eyes off...beautiful...

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

Thanks for the peak. I love White work. Actually, I pretty much love all hand stitching.

Queeniepatch said...

Oh, this is so attractive!

deanna7trees said...

oh i love this. it is beautiful. i take classes with Karen Ruane and she works mostly in white. do you know her work?
http://karenannruane.typepad.com/

margaret said...

beautifully stitched, white work always looks so crisp and clean. I do a lot of hardanger but use colour in it as well as white on white, Also enjoy mountmellick but have not done any for a good while and candlewicking.

Ranjana's craft blog said...

White is my favorite color!OMG this white work is so good. Hope you could have shown the complete work!

motidana said...

It`s lovely , So delicate and fragile , unique to chikankaari motifs of Lucknow !

motidana

Lyn Warner said...

Very pretty!

ina said...

Whitework is pretty but I don't think I have the patience to try it.Your work is neat.Curious to know how the full pattern looks like.

Anitha said...

Excellent........

Wendy said...

so pretty. The only type of whitework I've tried is Hardanger, which I love, but I'd like to try some mmore techniques.

raaji said...

hello anita would lov to learn white work from you.Im very much interested in learning chickenkari, can u help me with it

Anita said...

@ Raaji - There is a pattern/instructions available for download in my shop.Please e-mail me if you need more info about the class.

Sunnn said...

Can you do a tutorial for this pattern?