2nd Sneak Peek at my newest embroidery!

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Another sneak peek at my upcoming embroidery design!

I have been a busy busy embroidering bee.  My last post was a month ago, and I’ve made really great progress. 

I even took my project with me when I went on vacation!

Each time I get another section done I get so excited, because I’m so in love with this.

Pasquale, my little embroidering side kick!

I can’t wait to finish and show you all the final result.  Stay tuned!

12 responses to “2nd Sneak Peek at my newest embroidery!”

  1. Jenna Says:
    04/11/2013 10:03 am

    yeah yeah yeah! Love this Jenni. Great job, and even greater focus. The stitches look so lovely **Much admired.**

  2. Jenni Calo Says:
    04/11/2013 10:04 am

    Thank you Jenna!!

  3. Stephanie Says:
    04/11/2013 10:29 am

    Oh happy day! That is joyful and beautiful.

  4. Jenni Calo Says:
    04/11/2013 10:30 am

    Thank you Stephanie!!

  5. Debbie Says:
    04/11/2013 11:04 am

    Jenni, your work is beautiful!! I admire what you do and would only hope that I could get a chance to take a seat for a while to be able to do some embroidery and to do it as well as you.

  6. Sandy Says:
    04/11/2013 11:07 am

    That is going to be a stunner. I am so anxious to see the final result, I have recently fallen in love with embroidery.

  7. Jenni Calo Says:
    04/11/2013 12:22 pm

    Debbie, that’s so sweet! Thank you!

  8. Jenni Calo Says:
    04/11/2013 12:23 pm

    Sandy, thank you! I’ll be very happy when it’s done too:)

  9. Barbara Colvin Says:
    04/11/2013 2:16 pm

    This coming along beautifully!

  10. Jenni Calo Says:
    04/11/2013 2:47 pm

    Thank you Barbara!!!

  11. Diane Sneed Says:
    04/11/2013 7:41 pm

    Will your embroidery be in a kit? i am curious about your embroidery stitches. What are some of the stitches you are using?Thanks.

  12. Jenni Calo Says:
    04/12/2013 9:05 am

    Hi Diane,
    No, it won’t be a kit, but it will be a pattern for sale. I used three different stitches, back stitch, stem stitch and chain stitch. I wanted to use a variety for dimension. And I’ve fallen in love with the stem stitch, it’s just so pretty and easy.


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