November WIP - Toscana jacket in tweed

The jacket pieces filmed in 2 different rooms of the house. The purplish picture is all natural light by a window. The red, which is more accurate, was filmed with a different background and a mixture of natural light and flash from about 4 feet away.

The jacket is ready for blocking and seaming. After that I will do the "applied edging". I assume this is applied I-cord but it does not specify and there are no instructions in this book. This is new territory for me. What is your favorite applied edging? Any suggestions?


At 12/02/2006 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I actually like the purpley one better, but different light and what cameras do with it makes all the difference in the world.

At 12/02/2006 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very Pretty colors and nice stitch deffinition. My lovely wife recomeded this : Here is a link to Applied I-Cord Edging.

You may consider a complementry color of one shade lighter or darker. Possibly a satin ribon yarn for a silky sheen for the edging. I know whatever you chose, it will turn out nice.


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