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Walking the Water’s Edge by Diane Herrmann

For a 5-hour class, it may not look like I got much done (Hubby, Is that it?). But, I got half the base row done, only did a little of row 2 to learn the blending technique (you can see just a touch of light blue), started the eyelets, and practiced the bullion for the starfish  (in the top extra area).

It should move along once I get the base row completed. The random eyelets are fun too.

And, didn’t Trish make wonderful matching project bags for the project!

Water's Edge

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That is a perfect project bag, Melita! You are going to love working on the water. The color change is so subtle but you can see it as the piece progresses. It is my favorite piece hanging and one of the most enjoyable to stitch! And the last plus is that the curve is based on science! Sue

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