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Incredible embroidery. I know what you mean about being glad you didn't have to, but I look at it and wish I had those skills. Beautiful.
It's even more beautiful in person, on really thick silk satin, lined with more silk satin.
I adore embroidery of all kinds. This is stunning. I cannot imagine how much time that would take.
Hi Debbi - I'll bet it took a week, even for a pro. The Silver thread is hard to work with, and all those tiny, even circles must have taken forever. Then adding the rest.I am a (flower) child of the 60's and remember all that "hippie" embroidered clothes. I loved it then, and I still love it.
Oh my, that is some kind of beautiful. Handwork such as this really speaks to me. I know it was an incredible dress.
Hi Sanda - I love antique handwork, and this is the first piece of modern embroidery I've purchased that comes anywhere close to that perfection. I used to watch Martha Pullen's sewing show just to see her collection of antique clothes.
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