Plas Teg Bellpull Update

I worked a little more of the Plas Teg Bellpull.

In this first photo I added three leaves in fly stitch, and outlined two petals in preparation for long-and-short stitch filling.

In the second photo, I finished the vine tendril and added some leaves.

All little things, but it is progress. Onwards! I am getting close to done with this project!

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11 Responses to Plas Teg Bellpull Update

  1. Julie says:

    Hannah, you should consider putting a “pin it” button on your posts! I just pinned this and found numerous pins of your blog! One lady even has a caption on one as “Hardanger P-rn”!

    I love what you did with fly stitch, especially since it was the first week challenge at Take A Stitch Tuesday. Just beautiful!

  2. Therese Ryan says:

    Hi Hanna,
    Just loving this bell pull. Have to keep stopping myself from picking one out. I still have a box of other projects I need to get started on.
    Just wanted to ask what stitch and how many strands you used for the tendrils. I love how smooth and tight your stitches are. đŸ™‚

  3. Anita says:

    Hi Hannah,
    This bellpull is so lovely and I can’t wait to see the finished one.Your satin and blanket stitches are
    so neat.What is that stitch which you’ve worked the leaf in the first image-the dark green one attached to the stems?.Looks like satin stitch to me , am I right?
    Anita.

  4. jules says:

    That is beautiful. Wow you do a great job.

  5. Rachel says:

    Great work, and good progress – well done!

  6. Alet Myburgh says:

    This is so beautiful!!!! Can’t wait for you to finish.

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