Sorbello: off grid and on

This is one of the ugliest “off grid” pieces that I’ve done. But it proved useful.

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Why? I took it back “on grid” with the ideas that came up as I freely doodled. These two aspects of working back and forth fascinate me. There are some ideas that just don’t seem to get stitched until I take a stitch “off grid”.

Below are some ideas flowing back into “on grid” samples.

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Above there are three straight stitches over four threads on which the various looped portions of the sorbello are stitched.

The samples below make it evident I still don’t have the adjustments on the scanner correct. I’m fiddling with one thing at a time trying to get some improvement.

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One Response to Sorbello: off grid and on

  1. Your off-grid pieces are fantastic! And I love the free-form lacy look of your Sorbello piece!

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