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Bowser by Makibird-Stitching Bowser by Makibird-Stitching
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All colours hand picked by me. See what it looks like in the thread in my gallery.
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EdieMammon Feb 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I meant outline-wise. :) But now that I think about it, it really wouldn't be that different. Embroidery is not like coloring in a drawing ;)
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EdieMammon Feb 2, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is an excellent pattern, and you use DMC yarn, which is excellent too, by the way. I'm also currently cross-stitching a Bowser with another pattern I downloaded that did not come with a color key, so I had to make up one. For Bowser's hair, of course i chose 666 :D
Your use of "warm" colors looks so professional. I chose very bright, "cold" colors. You too use white yarn in this? Bowser has a lot of white areas on him that looks better if stitched, rather than being left even if the cloth itself is white. This is definitely a pattern for more e xperienced stitchers, as there are no black areas. Do you find that brown is easier to "lean" on?
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Makibird-Stitching Feb 6, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you! And 666 - of course! Yes, I use white thread, I always use white thread for details, I never leave empty space. What do you mean by brown being easier to lean on?
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