The journey continues ... my journey along the path of Japanese embroidery, and my thoughts along the way
It only took 329.75 hours.
Next job - a large gin :-)
Congratulations,and enjoy the gin!
Lovely! You must be so proud.
Congratulations, Jane. It looks amazing. I can't wait to see it. I had not noticed before the wonderful movement of the design, maybe your colour selections have accentuated that. I do like the colours you have used, it has a golden glow to it.Very well done.CA
Absolutely stunning! Congratulations!
Ohhh, it is just fantastic!! Congratulations on finishing it, it must have been a wonderful moment in time for you to have put that last stitch in!
this is glorious, stunning. and it only took 329.75 hours. amazing. 0.75 hours - were you truly counting it down to this:)
Thank you all. In reply to Paula's question, I rounded up or down the time I spent stitching to the nearest 15 minutes and the total above is what I got when I added them all up.
Congratulations, I have been watching your blog over the months with great interest as I am starting Treasure Ship in July this year. It is a huge amount of work but you must be extremely pleased with the finished result. What's next??
Whoo! Well done!=)
Well Marie, I've got braided chrysanthemum to finish. But there is no rush for that, I have a few ideas for designs I'm working on. But the main thing is to get ready for my phas 10 and teacher class in August. Going to be doing Kusudama for that one.
(TRUMPET REVEREE sounds in the background...)Gloooooo oooooo oooooo ooooo rious!!!!And have another Gin because you stitched it on black!!!Congratulations, Jane, xo Susan
Absolutely stunning Jane, well done for finishing it - good luck with Kusudama.Enjoy the ginJackie
Wow. Congratulations! It's beautiful :D
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