Embroidered handkerchief with a spray of daisies, for Daisy Buchanan in Baz Luhrmann's production of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, by Yvette Stanton (via Brenda Davis): http://vettycreations.com.au/white-threads/2013/05/28/great-gatsby-hankie-watch/#sthash.g4MWHmTW.dpbs

ramo de flores bordado hermoso Was this handkerchief used by Daisy Buchanan, played by Carey Mulligan, in the Great Gatsby? The website link seemed to indicate that it's a possibility.

The first stitch is a single herringbone and then filled in the curve with closed herringbone making bigger stitches on the outside curve. I suggest you draw the shape/curve you want onto the fabric. It is quick and easy to do and can be used 'as is' or add extra stitches and beads for a CQ block.

The first stitch is a single herringbone and then filled in the curve with closed herringbone making bigger stitches on the outside curve. I suggest you draw the shape/curve you want onto the fabric. It is quick and easy to do and can be used 'as is' or a

change the flower color to purple and this could be a thistle.

Is pick from, your flowers adorn the clothes, also will bring a fresh and pleasant style . Materials needed: DMC embroidery threads, linen .

basic embroidery

These stitches can all be uses as fillers. The small picture shows the effect. Top to bottom: Roumanian Stitch, Roumanian Couching, Fly Stitch, Cretan Stitch and Fishbone Stitch

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