Gazelle Rug - new, old work

by brae  

Yes, one more needlework project, but I know you all understand.  :D  I ran across this work while organizing this weekend, so I thought it might be nice to see if it will work for the bedroom of the mill.  I had already done the center detailing in late 2015 with the intention of having it in Otter Cove.  If it doesn't work in the mill, it can certainly still be added to that house.

This is 4.25 hours of stitching.

Cross-stitch on 32 count Jobelan.  Pattern from Miniature Embroidery for the 20th Century Dolls' House by Pamela Warner.


Comment from: Keli [Visitor]

I totally understand. You’re crazy. :D

06/12/17 @ 16:55
Comment from: Debora [Visitor]

Oooo! I love this pattern! <3

06/12/17 @ 17:06
Comment from: brae [Member]

&#58;&#41;&#41; There’s plenty of crazy to go around!

06/12/17 @ 17:23
Comment from: Sheila [Visitor]

Oh. Because you felt you didn’t have enough needlework to do? Why not.

06/12/17 @ 20:27
Comment from: Barbara [Visitor]

How elegant! The gazelle reminds me of Princess Marana from Kassai and Luk (my daughter’s favourite show growing up).

06/12/17 @ 22:22
Comment from: brae [Member]

&#58;&#62;&#62; Some needlework projects are more cumbersome to carry or work on in a pinch. So, it’s good to have a variety. &#58;&#121;&#101;&#115;&#58;

06/13/17 @ 06:56
Comment from: Pepper [Visitor]

I second the crazy comment. I wonder what the record is for starting and finishing a mini project. 2015?..that has to be the longest one yet :0P

06/13/17 @ 12:37
Comment from: brae [Member]

Yeah, yeah. All those fingers pointing at me have fingers pointing right back at ya! &#58;&#41;&#41; I know you all have unfinished projects galore. It’s part of the miniature bug.

06/13/17 @ 18:46

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