And finally, after all the progress pictures of my 14th century French pouch project, I can present the finished pouch to you today! 😀
Yes, it took a while but as a German saying says, all good things in life take time. And well, medieval hand embroidery is really not a fast craft. *giggle*
In my last posting “14th century French Pouch .1 – sneak peek progress .23 – sewing the pouch together .1” you could see a good part of the progress pictures concerning the last finishing steps for my 14th century French pouch project.
And as I promised in my last posting, I am going to show you even more pictures today – the very last progress pictures I took of the finishing process.
Maybe some of you remember my 14th century French pouch commission. And I have great news concerning this project – I managed to finish the pouch and it was delivered in time to surprise a beautiful lady on Valentines day.
And during the recent down time of my blog I found some time to sit down and go through the pictures on my tablet…
I tell you, one of the best feelings I know, is the feeling when I just finished another embroidery. 😀
There is still some finishing work left but that doesn’t really count as embroidery for me. Anyway, I really love and always enjoy this “Endspurt” time. *grins*
…and writing about finishing work – today I found the perfect silk for the back side of the pouch.
…but take a look yourself at the sneak peek photo of the fabric and the embroidery – this color is lovely, isn’t it… 😀
Woooohooooo! The last embroidery added!
The new and also last embroidered section of my 14th century French pouch is finished! What shall I say – I love it!
Tomorrow I can get the silk fabric for the back side, wash it and then start with the finishing – pinning, sewing, finger braiding, tassels,…
…but until then – please enjoy the new progress pic of my recent embroidery progress! 😀
I think you already know that I love sneak peeks. …and today I have again another sneak peek at the new embroidery progress of my 14th century French pouch. Yes, I just finished another embroidered section! Endspurt! 😀
Today I finished the outlines of the bottom right section.
It is such a lovely little unicorn – Enjoy! 😀
…and another sneak peek at the new embroidery progress of my 14th century French pouch. I just finished the next section! 😀
This time I finished the outlines of the upper left section.
I really like how the deer looks like with the outlines.
…and again some embroidery progress concerning my 14th century French pouch. I just finished another section! 🙂
This time I finished the outlines of the left bottom section. Great! That means that the red sections are finished by now and only the outlines of the green sections of my 14th century French pouch are left now….
…and here are the new photos of the recent progress for you. Enjoy! 😀
I just finished one 14th century French pouch for the recent birthday raffle of my blog and still have my other 14th century French pouch waiting for some final embroidery and sewing….
Woooohoooo! Endspurt! …this final embroidery work is getting more and more finished. I am very happy to tell that I just finished the first section of the embroidery for the 14th century French pouch. 😀
…and again I have new photos of the recent progress for you. Enjoy! 😀
…and the first outlines for my 14th century French pouch – enjoy! 😀
Though I don’t know yet with which color(s) my customer would like to see the hood filled and the figures outlined, I took the freedom to already start with some of the “not-so-important” outlines.