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.
The grand finale! I got it framed with a beautiful blue suede mat.
Next week: I started yet another project! A very impressive project!
Beautiful – well done!
thank you! Your comments always inspire me to go work a little more 🙂
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!
🙂 thanks so much!
Well done – it looks great. Love the choice of mount.
The We Frame It guy was incredibly good at suggesting mounts. He’s a real artist.
Loved it, beautiful work.
I think this shows what I like best about Japanese art and gardening – minimalism with attention to beauty.