I'm trying out something new. The lion will become embroidery soon, when I decided which set of colors he wants to be worked in hmmmm.

I'm into the golden-red-with-a-hint-of-mint but there might be the possibility of white-golden-with-purple

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Recap

  • I finished the lion all in a silky perle cotton in burgundy red. The inner lines are made with running stitch and the solid lines are just threaded running stitch.

    I like how defined the shape of the face turned out.

    6 years ago

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  • Katie Lukianov commented 6 years ago

    It's a work of art!

  • Carmen commented 6 years ago

    Stunning! Are you still thinking about adding more colours to it? It looks perfect already!

    Anne Mende / Pumora replied 6 years ago

    Thank you! I will leave this version as it is, but I'm planning another version with more colors and shading effects.

    Carmen replied 6 years ago

    Nice! Keep us updated :)

  • Nora commented 6 years ago

    Sensational! Great fun to see the progress on this.

  • girl like the sea//tara commented 6 years ago

    Oh it turned out so good! I love i

  • Keyana commented 6 years ago

    Hi Anne, your project is featured in one of our homepage banners this week! Love your embroidery, thanks so much for sharing. 

    Anne Mende / Pumora replied 6 years ago

    Cool, thank you!

  • girl like the sea//tara commented 6 years ago

    ooh this is looking really exciting! I love geometric designs and lions, so very cool!

    Anne Mende / Pumora replied 6 years ago

    Thank you!

  • Ingrid commented 6 years ago

    I love the look of this! Have fallen in love with geometric animals after embroidering a reindeer on the back of a shirt I made. Keen to see how you develop this further. 

    Anne Mende / Pumora replied 6 years ago

    Thank you! I haven't yet decided if I do satin stitch the triangles or just outlines or felt triangles or all of them. So many possibilities!

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