Saturday, June 28, 2014

Fourth Of July Stitching - Part Two



The Fourth Of July is less than one week away! 


I wanted to share an update on my stitching project.  You may remember this project, {my first post about it is here} if not, I explained that I am making a small table cloth.


Since that last post, I have transferred the Fourth of July motifs I wanted to use and selected my floss colors.  The three main colors I am using are red - DMC #349, white - DMC Blanc, and blue - DMC#820.  I love this particular color, it is such a rich, deep blue. 



All the extra steps I took in laying out the motifs on this tablecloth have really paid off, everything is nicely lined up.  Especially these star bunting borders - I have four of them, one on each side of the cloth.


For the edge, I am experimenting with a running stitch in the blue floss.  So far I am really happy with it!


Hopefully, I will be back before the 4th with another update on this project!

6 comments:

Kristen King said...

What a great project!!! I love that blue too and can't wait to see it finished. :)

Darlene said...

It sure is coming along beautifully. I look forward to seeing it when you have completed it!

Lilasesazuis Gata said...

Vai ficar linda sua toalha, Kim.

Esse azul com vermelho são cores fortes e lindas!

Tenha um ótimo domingo,

beijinhos,

Lígia e =^.^=

Lea said...

Nice projects! Looking forward to the 4th of July finished product too!

StitchinByTheLake said...

I love embroidery but always have trouble deciding which motif to put where....I love your design! blessings, marlene

Kim said...

Thanks Kristen - That is a beautiful blue isn't it?!
Darlene - Thanks! I hope I can finish it in time!
Oi Ligia - Obrigado! As cores juntas são tão bonitas! Tenha um domingo maravilhoso!
Hi Lea - Thanks - I will be sure to post it :)
Marlene - Thank you! I think the layout is the hardest part too.