Making the Gradient – Mindy Free Stitch Guide

April 18, 2017   /   byJanet M Perry  / Categories :  Feeds

(clearer picture to be uploaded later today) This month’s Mindy free stitch guide shows you a couple of ways you can shade without doing needleblending. The center medallion has single-strand shading, while the background shows a basic gradient. Materials Mindy canvas 1K Neon Rays N102 (white) Kreinik Tapestry (#12) in 4010HL (blue), 014HL (light turquoise), […]

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