Oh no, no,no---those pearls are magnificent. Beautiful.
Thank you sew much.
It's great Jenne, but I'm with Angie, I'd not have pearls on the back, too uncomfortable. You are very clever with all your sewing, love Chris
These are very small, so I don't believe the will punch.
The only other thing I can say besides the pearls hurting your back when sitting down is,don't put it in the washing machine because some of the pearls will be skinned ,I speak form experience.Putting it in the dryer could do the same thing to your lovely jacket.
Most of the time a all our washing is line dried so I really don't what a dryer could do to the pearls.Better to be safe than sorry.
Thanks, I've not got that far yes ,but good advice. will just hand to dry.
Could never be too many for me...….when in doubt, I just add one more...…….lol! Your creation is beautiful...…….love the colors!
Me 2, thanks, easy to take a chance on a piece of fabric if cost is such a small amount.
I think Angie has a good point about the pearls in the back, although I think they look beautiful. And no, I don't want you to be uncomfortable in church either. You are so creative! Hope we get to see the shower curtain soon.
Thanks, will be working on for a while since it hand stitching.
You are an amazing seamstress. I love the pearls on the front part. Not sure if I would have added them on the back and shoulder. That is my take on it but I love what you have done.
You maybe right I may notice them when I set down and lean back on them, and go "ouch" as they poke me in the back, cant you just hear me right in the middle of church service, hehe.
That made me laugh. If they pinch you you will think of me. 😊
jenne you are very good at creating something from something else. No there are not too many pearls on this great make. I now look forwards to seeing your next recreation or sewing session
Thank you you ladies are so kind, Some friends and I are forming a quilt club Our first meeting is tomorrow I think there are about five of us maybe more later, I am working on a new shower curtain, with some sashiko stitching and embroidery,