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29/07/2013

New pattern: Red Biscornu



Hello, everyone,

I hope you are having a wonderful summer and have lots of stitching, sewing, knitting etc. done.

I have another small pattern for you today: a biscornu. It is based on some folk motifs, as so often, and I think the wavy line all around will look lovely agains the zig-zaggy edges of the biscornu.

I hope you like it. Click on the picture, and download the pattern in a pdf.




Here are some pictures of the fabric and magazines I bought during my trip.


We had a lovely time, by the way. We took the car, and drove all the way down to the Mediterranean in Slovenia, spent a few days there, then quite a long time in Hungary, visiting relatives and friends, visiting lovely places. All in all we travelled through 13 countries :) It was really good, but at the end, after four weeks, it was also very good to come home. :)
Here are some pictures:


Tatra mountains in Poland


Lake Balaton in Hungary


The Mediterranean in Trieste, Italy


Füzér castle ruins in Hungary

I have done some stitching, but not too much during the trip, however, since we came home, I have almost finished my embroidery competition piece. I am not sure if I can show it here, I should ask first. I have to send in the pictures in a few days now.

Will be back with some updates on my work soon.

Until then, enjoy stitching the biscornu, and send me pictures if you make it. :)

1 comment:

Aurelia Eglantine said...

So glad you had a wonderful trip! The photos are beautiful, especially the ocean in Italy :) Your biscornu is lovely too! I've never made one, but I've seen plenty of patterns and the wavy edge is unique and special!