Sunday, February 10, 2019

Punch Needle

Shephard's Shade
Threads that Bind #637 by Shawn Williams
Called for DMC fibers


Can we talk about a finish instead of all the mistakes?  The sheep on the left has obviously been eating more than his share of rations.  

Note to self:  when you are learning something new, choose a smaller project.  

15 comments:

  1. It looks great. The left sheep just looks like it missed out on being sheared.

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  2. I don't see any mistakes! Looks wonderful!

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  3. It looks like the way nature would have done it. It is so pretty. Is the needle punching faster than cross stitching?

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  4. I’m probably not supposed to like this one, but I really do think Lefty is my Favorite. Need to find a teeny tiny punch needle project. This girl needs some punch needle in her nest. Judy

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  5. It looks wonderful! I don't see any flaws at all. Hooray for new skills!

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  6. I think that we are not all the same size and sheep should not be the same size, I love it.
    I think you did a beautiful job, if this was your first attempt you did a wonderful job.

    Catherine

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  7. Great finish!!! But, yikes, this is not a beginner project LOL. I did that one several years ago, and there’s a great deal of punching to it.... Now you have me wondering what I ever did with it LOL. Robin

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  8. No two sheep are alike. I love this!!

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  9. Males are usually larger than females in the farming world. Tell them you were aware of this. Looks great!

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  10. looks great ! would have never noticed a difference - honestly - I wish I had time to embark on punch needle. I have several projects kitted up - I think one of them is even easter-y. hummm maybe I should get it out and try and figure out how to thread the punch needle :) Mel

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