Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Work in Progress Wednesday - Trees, Flowers, and the Spine

I’ve made progress on these three projects this week.

On the dragon, I couched two more lines on the spine and put a few more stitches in the body.

On the RSN garden I finished the turkey stitches (although I’m afraid to cut the tops of the loops) and started another flower bed area.

On the small garden, I’ve worked on some trees and still more knots.


Check out SharonB's Pintangle blog to see other WIPW projects.



SoCal Debbie said...

Your Dragon is amazing! The Small Garden looks so cute with all the little bushes and flowers!

Queeniepatch said...

Great progress. How do you keep the dragon embroidery stretched, hoop or frame? Both gardens are looking more and more inviting!

Grit said...

I love your Dragon. Amazing !!!

Anonymous said...

I love the small garden. It reminds me of Spring! The dragon is a work of art!

Pamela said...

Snowy days make the gardens look especially appealing!

The​ dragon is stitched on congress attached to stretcher bars. The size is 16 inches by 18 inches.

Elizabeth Braun said...

I want to try a raised knot garden one day. ONE day!!=) Well done, your projects are a joy to see.

Anonymous said...

Your dragon is astonishing - quite beautiful.

Cristy said...

Wanted to Pamela: I have remained extasiada with your dragon, is but, asked them to my mates of forum that helped me to look for the diagram, that did not matter me the buy it, unless it was very expensive, even wanted to try paint it in a picture, but think that would not go out so beautiful.

Please, your could indicate me where can try buy the diagram of the Dragon of the Moon?; I am 66 years old and always they have loved me the dragons, no by that, until my grandson gives me dragons of his toys.
Thank you very much By your attention and your time.

Pamela said...

You are a no-reply blogger, so I can't email you directly. I hope you check back here to see my reply. You can see my finished Moon Dragon here -

The Moon Dragon is designed by Dorothy Lesher. I bought the kit, which included the line drawn canvas, the threads and the directions. It was rather pricey. I could not find a web site for her. I did see a kit sold on ebay recently for about $125 USD.

I hope this helps.