Celtic knot Tree of Life, part eight . . .

I transferred my design to parchment-colored linen fabric.

I safety-pinned the quilt sandwich together.

I started removing safety pins in the areas I stitched.

I’ve gotten this far:

Stitched Tree of Life
Stitched Tree of Life

I’ve got a long way to go (and a short time to get there) . . .

Stitched vs. Pinned
Stitched vs. Pinned

Now, if you’ll excuse me, it’s back to the studio . . .

2 thoughts on “Celtic knot Tree of Life, part eight . . .

  1. Hi Raymond. I’ve just been told about good friends of mine who have got married and I would love to make a quick paper version (or maybe paint and stencil) of this. Would you be interested in selling this pattern – do you think Gina will mind there being 2 of them in the world (1 in NZ so the 2 will probably never meet šŸ™‚ ). If it’s ok I’ll just need a drawing download and then I can size it to what I want. thanks so much for considering this. AND this looks lovely so far, interesting how stitching seems to bring fabric alive. bye for now

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