DescriptionAt first the dress of My Lady's Quaker was round. The circle of the Ronde des fleurs which will be self-sufficient to him even only later. But this woman bubble, the comic middle, the imaginary middle is only attractive that when her dress became big and ample. As to like her warmly, quakers motives retouched came to frame her.
Stitch count : 160 x 160 points (width x height)
Stitch Area (for stitching over 2 threads) :
|- on 28 count (or Aida 14)||:||29,1 x 29,1 cm||or||11 1/2 " x 11 1/2 "|
|- on 32 count (or Aïda 16)||:||26,7 x 26,7 cm||or||10 1/2 " x 10 1/2 "|
|- on 36 count (or Aida 18)||:||22,9 x 22,9 cm||or||9 " x 9 "|
|- on 40 count (or Aida 20)||:||20 x 20 cm||or||7 7/8 " x 7 7/8 "|
Colors proposed :
- DMC 815 red and DMC 310 black
With this model I suggest a variation thread which could perfectly replace the red DMC 815 and throw light and variance, it's the Valentine of Nina's threads Hand-dye.
Others colors ideas :
Proposed canvas - Dimension required for the stitchery
Bonus of August 26th, 2009 : When the model of the Gentleman Quaker is appeared, a stitcher said to me she wished to integrate a cat with the Lady.
So she wanted to stitch the Gentleman with his dog, and the Lady with her cat.
I proposed her this small change to the left of the woman.