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(c) 2016 by hs

(c) 2016 by hs

As many other handicrafters, I don’t limit myself to quilting. I enjoy various handicraft and DIY activities, amongst others cross-stitch embroidery. Celtic Winter is my third work in the Celtic Ladies series. I started with summer and—in earnest—am following the change of seasons chronologically.

The above picture is the lady without beads. I always shoot a picture of the embroidery itself, without beads. And here she is with all embellishments:

(c) 2016 by hs

(c) 2016 by hs

And some detail pics because you can’t grasp all the delightful bits and bobs in these overall pictures.

(c) 2016 by hs

(c) 2016 by hs

(c) 2016 by hs

(c) 2016 by hs

I especially was looking forward to stitching her muff with a special white thread as furry as mohair.

(c) 2016 by hs

(c) 2016 by hs

You might want to read about Celtic Autumn and Celtic Summer, too.

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