Plas Teg Bellpull: Next Update

I finished all the stems.  You can see the petals and leaves I’ve been adding below.

I added two more berries – I left them until the end, because I didn’t want them to get crushed in the frame while I was working on other areas of the bellpull. I’m close enough to finished that I can easily work around that now. I love the three dimensional effect.

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17 Responses to Plas Teg Bellpull: Next Update

  1. maya says:

    It is marvellous, i like very much

  2. Sharon Brodeuse says:

    The colors you’ve chosen really shine out – love them. Can’t wait to see the finished piece. Your long and short stitch on the leaves is very nicely done. Congrats.

  3. Mary Corbet says:

    Really beautiful, Hannah!! I love the ribbed spider web on the flowers – looks great! And the bright red / peach / yellow is beautifully done and really catches the eye. Looks lovely! ~MC

  4. Julie says:

    You and your work continue to be an inspiration!

  5. Patricia Jay says:

    Hello from Texas!! Your embroidery is just beautiful, I love your color combos. Keep those cards and emails coming!!

  6. Rachel says:

    It’s coming together really well – vibrant and cheerful!

  7. Alet Myburgh says:

    Oh Hannah this is BEAUTIFUL !!!!!

  8. Elmsley Rose says:

    can’t wait to see the finish!!

  9. Marta Brysha says:

    Lovely Hannah. The texture of the berries is indeed gorgeous.

  10. Anita says:

    Wow! It’s beautiful.I like the ribbed spider’s web flowers especially the one with the berries.Your blanket stitch is so perfect.

  11. Julie says:

    Hi Hannah. Your work is just beautiful! I’m about to order this kit and I was wondering if you’d be willing to share what colors you used? The numbers for the DMC floss?
    Thank you.

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