I've never heard of buttonhole twist. How do you do that? It looks fantastic Tany!!!
Tany, good work on those bullions!(the official name for that stitch)...they are considered an advanced hand embroderiy stitch and they are very, very challenging!
If anyone can make this pattern meet it's potential, it's you Tany! I can't wait to see the finished dress!!!
Wow!!! That is all I have to say...WOW!!! cause that takes so much time and diligence I can't even imagine!
No wonder no one else has made it yet - a lot of work. Cheering you on!!
You're right: This is hard work! But what a result! - The bullions really look good.
Tany, you bullions look great!
Love the teaser. the color and braid is fantastic. Looking forward to the finished dress.
Can't wait to see allt he dress, it looks fantastic.
I knew you would do a wonderful job with this boullion knot technique, and you did not dissappoint :) it looks fantastic.What needle/size did you use? The braid also looks perfect.
Adrienne: Buttonhole twist is the thread commonly used to make the hand-worked buttonholes! It's a little thicker and shinier than normal thread!Phyllis: Thank you! I am happy that I was able to learn this technique. It looks wonderful as an embellishment! But I must tell you, my finger joints are hurting bad!Ann: Thanks! I used a size 7 milliner needle for making the bullions. These are hard to get perfect on the first attempt, there's a learning curve to be able to make them right. I've just put up a tutorial on making the bullions, the way that works for me.Thanks to all for the nice comments!
Este vestido é sem dúvida uma trabalheira, mas são os pequenos promenores que o fazem especial.BjsMónica
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