Gold Cranes: Finished

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The tail feathers on the second crane came out smoother. Those tight turns are a little tricky, even with tweezers. Then I stitched the puddle in. It’s called fuzzy effect, I think, because you don’t place the lines exactly next to each other. You skip a thread in between.

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The grand finale! I got it framed with a beautiful blue suede mat.

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Next week: I started yet another project! A very impressive project!

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9 Responses to Gold Cranes: Finished

  1. I adore your finished project; you chose a great frame and fabric to accent it. Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful creative day!

  2. Cath says:

    Well done – it looks great. Love the choice of mount.

  3. Irene Ruiz says:

    Loved it, beautiful work.

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  4. I think this shows what I like best about Japanese art and gardening – minimalism with attention to beauty.

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