Mega Rose free embroidery design
Author and photo: Pauline Fisher (Australia Brisbane)
Quilt author letter to Olga Sudnitsin (CEO, Ordeus Australia Brisbane)
attached is the first pic of 'the rose garden'. Hopefully it is what you are expecting with your designs.
Normally I would take a pic without flash,so the colours are more natural,but,as it is late in the day & dinner time-you have the slightly 'flashed' version.
There will be another stripe row after what you see completed,then more embroidery-thats where I thought some greenery would look good.
It took me a bit to line up the mega rose-even when I used the orbiting feature that the pfaffs have-it was still a bit of work -as I'm not a digitizer,this idea may not work, but thought it worth mentioning-especially given the size of this design.
Is it possible to put in a row of stitches around where the 2 designs join up,so you know you have it placed properly before you start stitching all of the second stage? (at this point it would be easy to unpick it & re-align it), your testers may not have had any problem at all (I didn't on the first stitch out,then muffed it up 3 times!). It was just a thought for helping other embroiderers with aligning these big split designs.Just a row of running stitches that follows the curve of where the petal will fit in (I hope that makes sense-to me it would make sense on all split designs! LOL)
My family all passed favorable comments on the quilt so far & they usually just give most of my stuff a quick look these days- having seen it all! So here's hoping its what you expected.
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- Taken with PENTAX Corporation PENTAX Optio S6
- Focal Length 7.6 mm
- Exposure Time 1/50
- f Aperture f/3.0
- ISO Speed 200
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