Folded ribbon roses…
Hello stitching world ♥
On this beautiful Monday, I have a lovely piece to show you — Roses by
Keti Navrozashvili from Tbilisi, Georgia in the Caucasus region of Eurasia….
Keti wrote to me
“My name is Keti; I am 37 years old from Georgia (a country).
It is not a long time since Ribbon embroidery became by hobby and great part
of the inspiration comes from your online video lessons and blog that I follow regularly.
After seeing some of your online lessons I decided to try my abilities in ribbon embroidery….”
I love your roses Keti ♥
Here Keti has made folded ribbon roses and she used ribbon stitch for the leaves.
Loose/puffed ribbon stitches formed the white petals and leaves…
The daises are made in the same way…or use loose puffed straight stitch.
Work over a spare tapestry needle so the stitches are raised off the surface of the design.
The stems are made in twisted straight stitch or whipped back stitch …
and the small rose buds in padded straight stitch.
Thank you Keti for sharing with all of us….
… and have a great week everybody ♥