Show Me the Way – Plant Detail Close-up

In this close-up you can see how I’ve used filler stitches of different sizes going different directions to give the impression of different parts of the green plant.

Notice how even areas using the same thread color and direction of stitching appear distinct because of the color variations  and the way bands of filler stitches merge.

Tulips - Plant Details by Carmen CS
Tulips – Plant Details, a photo by Carmen CS on Flickr.

Prayer: Father, help her to bring order and beauty into her life and the lives of those she cares for.

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2 thoughts on “Show Me the Way – Plant Detail Close-up

  1. rhekelley says:

    Wow! Before you started teaching me needlepoint, I thought “needlepoint” meant just the simple slanted half-cross stitch. How beautiful and interesting an art it is turning out to be!

    • Yes, that’s a popular misconception. But you can do needlepoint samplers the same way you can do embroidery samplers. If you’re tired of tent stitch (the slanted half-cross), there’s lots of fun to be had 🙂

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