Back to the Drawing Board

Having had to stop working on my LLBean Top in favor of other projects for the group, for Tat Days and for the Yule Tree at the Monte Vista Hotel, at last I am ready to return to the blouse edging.  

   

Here is the basic design I had drawn out some time ago.  Over all the concept is a good one.  It follows the line of top-stitching just inside the boat neck upper edge of the blouse.  Previously I had begun working in a brightly colored thread – some older size 10 Flora in a pink – that wasn’t what I wanted at all, but would help me see what I was doing as I sized out the pattern for the neckline.  

 

While it’s not a bad start, it wasn’t really what I had in mind either.  So it’s back to the drawing board.  With a more subtle color in mind (I had chosen Lizbeth Herbal Garden in size 40) the bright pink in a larger than necessary size wasn’t really going to help.  So I’ve loaded up the shuttles and am ready to go again.


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