Trevelyon Cap Course “One” Panel Finish

    Whew…this is time consuming…remember I used a 4 strand Cosmo “gold metallic” instead of “gold passing thread. Someday I will splurge and get a stash of different sizes of passing thread. The floss is okay…passing thread better…I am sure.. I still need a lot of practice with goldwork and hopefully will get more…There are some things that need to be tidied on the back but will take care of that later when I finally finish the whole Cap. I have been tidying somewhat as I go but for some reason there is this “thread” that tangles and get messed up on the back.. 

    Now for another small break…and then I will get back to the rest of the “goldwork”…Definitely nice to see an end in sight when you stitch…I now have 4 projects going and I need them down to two…now to get back to a fairly easy and quick one !

Here is a photo of the “one panel” ..There might be some tweaking in the future but we shall see when the whole piece is finished.

5 thoughts on “Trevelyon Cap Course “One” Panel Finish

  1. Catherine

    Thi is lovely! Well done,and ‘one day’ I will use your process and complete each panel at a time. You have re-inspired me to start this again as my ‘in between’ project rather than setting up another Crewelwork piece!

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    1. Annie's Needle Arts Post author

      Catherine,
      The only thing that I think I might do different is maybe do one of the same element on each panel so they look the same…or at least hopefully. I just wanted to see what the goldwork looked like! 😊 Hope you can get some time…I have way to many “sewing” projects to do… ( I need to stop looking at all the beautiful things that other embroiderers make…!
      Thanks so much …Avis

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      1. Catherine

        Thanks for the tip Avis. I’m quite certain that my stitching has changed so much from when I started this project to now thanks to the Certificate that consistency is going to be a big stumbling block for me. Maybe is a good thing I didn’t get far!

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