Creative articles about embroidery

An accessory fruit as an interlude

Before we start our class on the stitch designer of the Bernina 880, I would like to go back to the year 2012. At the time, I had designed a small embroidery motif  with the Bernina V6 software for the German Bernina blog, available as a free download. The motif consisted of a so-called accessory fruit.

The article is in German, but you can still download the motif here:

https://blog.bernina.com/de/2012/03/das-osterei-und-die-erdbeeren/

You find it under the caption „Pia Osterei“ (at the end of the article)

What is an accessory fruit? A strawberry, for instance, is one. The small green seeds that sometimes cling to your teeth are the actual fruit. The red flesh is “only” the fruiting body.

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In my case, the leading character is the small oval, which is, as you know, my favorite motif…the rest is just the “fruiting body” ☺

Lately, I redesigned the embroidery motif once more and turned it into a circle, a small mandala.

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Its size is 133 x 151 mm and it has three colors. I would recommend using a variegated thread for the leaf. That would make it especially beautiful and interesting.

Here you find the download: Accessory Fruit

Create something beautiful and have fun!

Pia Welsch

Translated by Gabriele Schultz-Herzberger

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  • Pia Welsch

    Liebe Anna,
    vielen Dank! Ich hatte ja seit 2012 pausiert und habe hier im englischen Blog wieder angefangen zu schreiben, wir werden sehen, wo es hinführt:-)

  • Anna

    Hallo Pia,
    warum kann man Sie nicht mehr im deutschen Blog lesen?
    Ich habe Ihre Beiträge immer sehr gern gelesen.
    Herzliche Grüsse
    Anna

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