Here are Christina's choices up to this point:
Crescent Colours (now under Classic Colorworks) floss:
Rainy Day (outer border)
Plum Paisley (inner border)
Aunt Marie's Violets
In addition, Christina also usedThe Gentle Art floss:
Black Raspberry Jam
She tells me that she's not yet decided yet how she will do the bottom section. Perhaps she will work the 3 larger motifs in the rose colors, with purples and blues for the smaller designs.
If any of you have stitched this design - or any of my other "word" designs, we would all love to see your take on my color choices.
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May 12, 2014
"Needleworker's Abecedarius", released to shops in 2010, has become what I consider a classic among my designs. I always enjoy seeing how stitchers have changed it - or any of my works - to suit their own tastes. In this case, Christina Carlson, a truly awesome stitch with a keen eye for color, shared some images of her twist on my simple red design.