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Sisters from Nancy Cucci’s Pilot Class
November 4, 2019, 9:42 am
Filed under: ANG Delaware's Seashore Chapter, Sisters

Sisters is a Nancy Cucci piece from a 2016 pilot class held by our southern friends in the ANG Delaware Seashore chapter. Linda was there too and finished hers awhile ago. It was a great weekend with some outlet shopping too!

Nancy is known for having beads in her pieces! The interesting thing about this piece is that depth is achieved by using beads and threads in the three largest /closest areas, Kreinik and thread in the medium range areas, and threads only in the smallest/furthest areas.

I finished it a few weeks ago but almost forgot to mention it here. Between this and the fish, I have applied a lot of beads lately.


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And the initials????

Comment by Sue

I don’t like putting initials in a piece or a date. It was an interesting technique that she taught to do names and dates.

Comment by melitastitches4fun

It was interesting and was very subtle when finished. It really was for my sister so I did put our initials in.

Comment by suesci

Then, yeah, that was perfect! Nice gift too.

Comment by melitastitches4fun

I love this piece. Need to check out where Nancy might be teaching it.

Comment by dmbstitch

Congratulations on getting it finished. It looks wonderful. I too finished mine and placed my initials and my sister’s on the piece.

Comment by brendasneedlepointstudioblog

It’s beautiful. I’ve looked at that piece several times, but never managed to take a class

Comment by Connie Robison

I don’t know where to find her class schedule. Hopefully, you will get to at some point.

Comment by melitastitches4fun




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