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Monday, May 27, 2013

White Rabbit Pocket Watch, Klimt etc

I have tried to keep busy this bank holiday. Lots of photos but not much progress as I keep going from one thing to another.You may remember I made a few miles of cord ready for the White Rabit's Pocket watch - (which I lost interest in) so I thought I aught to get on with the watch.


Here is stage one - this is the outer watch case (cover) - I am machining over water soluble fabric and rust dyed twinkle organza (which I may burn away). The design is drawn on the water soluble.


 Stage two - lots of stitching....
 Stage three - the brown stitching done.

Next it was stitching the outline cord.  First centre circle.








Currently on the spokes - this is soooooooooooo time consuming!!
I have also cut out the Klimt Jacket - (fabric laid on the kitchen table) not done much else with it yet...
 I hope to use up these....... on the jacket.
I also cut out another top - trying the pattern once again but this time using a stretchy fabric. Not done much else other than cut it out!

3 comments:

Living to work - working to live said...

Blimey-you've done loads!

Gillian Salmons said...

Your stitching is so beautiful and neat and I can't wait to see the finished jacket ;-)

DIAN said...

The pocket watch looks really interesting: I always like to read about the process so thanks for sharing.