Love the way you did the thread, I have been know to embroidery hair that way to make it look more realistic hugs Lillian
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Awesome!! Very cool idea 🐑
Great idea! Thanks for sharing!
Great stitch out. Where could one purchase it? Do you have a Rabbit also? My sister has a Rabbits & Sheep farm and these would be great for her. Thank you for sharing and Happy Stitching :~)
The sheep design is available at Engineered in Stitches but there isn't a rabbit in a similar style.
Can someone give the link to Engineered in Stitches? I am not able to find the site. Thanks
Great effect with the thread. Thank you for sharing.
Thank You. Great idea! I love it.
Awesome idea..Going to try out!!!Thank you for the info!!!!Beautiful!!
It looks pretty with the thicker thread.
I used to wind a bobbin with two shades, for bears, afraid to have my construction knocked over when embroidering.I used a thread stand, an old small bucket with a hole punched in the bottom. Not the most stable contraption, hence the bobbin. The fill had to be density 7 or so, would have to look at the designs to know, so the stitch count was relatively low. Which I liked.
I like that arrangement. I have a CD spindle cover which would be ideal. I'll experiment some more. I've often used two threads together, but never so they would twist. (An old trick used when combining thin yarns for machine knitting.)
Thanks for the info
What a great idea. Thanks for letting us know. I am forever learning
Very nice. Hugs
love your work Sue
Only sick sheep groan healthy ones bleat
This is so sweet!! The threads together are a great idea!!
Very clever, you come up with the most ingenious things. Love Chris
Wow! Thanks for trying out all the embroidery things I wish I were brave enough to try. For quite some time... I wondered if this would work and now I know -- excellent work! Thanks for showing us your projects.
This looks great, well done