Monday, July 19, 2010

TAST 2010 BUTTONHOLE WHEEL CUP

It is quite some time that i have blogged about needle work.
Last week Sharon of Pintangle has showed us to stitch BUTTONHOLE WHEEL STITCH


This is a center panel of a kurti for my daughter on which i have used 3
stitches of tast:
1. buttonhole wheel cup.
The center row is formed by this stitch. It forms a beautiful cup:-)



2.Buttonhole eyelet flower
Alternate rows are formed by this stitch



3.Buttonhole wheel stitch with daisy around




The fabric has pintucks which made it easier for me to place the flowers.
Do have a look at PINTANGLE to see further updates on tast
Will be back soon with a tutorial
Until then happy stitching:-)

24 comments:

  1. What a lovely Kurti you are making . You daughter will look lovely in this.

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  2. thank you shirley for the lovely comments

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  3. wow!! i m sure it will look aweosme on kurtas :).... ur daughter is so lucky to have a mom like u :)..i wish i had enough talent to do these things :)

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  4. Veena verry pretty work
    viji

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  5. The stitches are very nice. The color of the kurti more attractive. I love the color.

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  6. hello veena!....thanku for your comment on my blog!!!!!....u have a nice blog here!:)will give u a follow too!

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  7. beautiful work!.. i can start learning embroidery now.

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  8. Has it already been made into kurti? Great idea!!

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  9. hi Deepa
    thank you so much. No, still in fabric stage:-)

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  10. Lovely.. Kudos to your painstaking effort and the patience.. I am sure your daughter will love this kurthi

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  11. Hello Veena,
    Your embroidery is so lovely,I love it.
    Thank you for sharing with us .
    I will try it ,

    Rena

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  12. beautiful design&work too.

    www.vijiscrations.blogspot.com

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  13. Thanks for visitng my craft blog..you are doing a great job too,,,about your question, I have answered it in my blog..

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  14. Gorgeous designs.. Love all of them...

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  15. thnks much for passing by my blog. why have you sidelined this blog. it's so good. one of my followers minibinoy has a similar blog.

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  16. I am a french embroiderer and I have knewn sadala blog and "this and that" on stitchin fingers;now, I can visit your, seing on Sadala visitors.I was in India (Rahasthan) in last october, and staid here for 3 weeks. I love so India (cooking and craft) that we hope to go again in India in newt january.......You are now on my favorites and I love your blog. Thanks!
    anne

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  17. c'mon veena,shake off your laziness and get goin!!!

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  18. This blog will be of great interest to my two daughters.You seem versatile, cooking, art and crafts.Good.

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  19. This is so pretty!
    Thanks for stopping by Sew Chic and Unique
    I am so glad that you signed up for Home Ec and look forward to your creations

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