Manohra Thai Dance: Arms

I have started on the arms in split stitch. I am thinking about how to work her face. I have never worked a face before, and I want to keep the expression. 

 

I thought I’d show you the back today, in case you are curious.

Anyway, posting is light because my dissertation writeup is due in less than two months. So I am writing a lot, but not for y’all! Am looking forward to getting back to embroidery 🙂 Soon!

 

 

 

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15 Responses to Manohra Thai Dance: Arms

  1. Julie says:

    Face…maybe continental?

  2. Rachel says:

    How do you do the face? Carefully!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Curious about the back. How do you avoid entanglement when not snipping threads as you go?

  4. Anonymous says:

    She is so adorable! I’ve never done a face, so no help from me. Good luck, I’m watching to see how you do! And good luck on defending your dissertation. (my son defends his in March)

  5. ina says:

    I love to embroider faces.I feel satin stitch is the most perfect (depends on the width, is this a small face?)

  6. Therese says:

    Hannah????? You ok Hun? been missing your posts! I know I lurk most of the time. Guess I should let you know I am a faithfully followers. Hope you a are just taking a sabbatical from posting. Just wanted to let you know I miss your lil tid bits :).

    Therese Ryan

  7. Marie-Claire says:

    Felicitation vos coutures sonts magnifique

  8. julie says:

    It is so good to see you again. I have gone back on your entries because I missed a few. My mom got sick so I had to sell the house and get her used to a retirement center. She is now blind. I very much enjoy your embroidery. I too will have to sit and let my hands to some needle work. I have trouble with my eyes but I just take me glasses off so I can see in more detail. You are a wonder. Thank you.

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