Pink Roses Hand Painted Panel

$66.50

The Pink Roses Hand Painted Panel is a stunning medium sized original hand painted abstract Pink Rose design by Patricia Grange, a local artist on the Mornington Peninsula.   Each panel has been lovingly and individually hand painted on a quality Calico background.

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Pink Roses Hand Painted Panel

Panel Size: approx 48cm Wide  x 58cm High

Design Size: approx 35cm Wide x 38cm High

The Pink Roses Hand Painted Panel is a stunning medium sized original hand painted abstract Pink Rose design by Patricia Grange, a local artist on the Mornington Peninsula.   Each panel has been lovingly and individually hand painted on a quality Calico background.

 The Pink Roses Hand Painted Panel would be suited to both the experienced stitcher and a brave beginner!

  This Pink Roses Hand Painted Panel would be best done as a freehand embroidery, where placement of flowers, leaves and stems will be determined by your own creativity. This method of ribbon embroidery showcases the hand painted panel and gives real dimension to the piece.  Far more effective than just embroidering over a pre-printed panel designed only for showing thread and ribbon placement.

The Pink Roses Hand Painted Panel is no longer offered as a Kit and does not includes suggested stitching instructions or hand dyed Silk Ribbons & Threads.

Previously in store, under tuition, our Teachers used to recommend a combination of  commercial sheer ribbons and hand dyed silk ribbons and threads from either Kacoonda or Colour Streams in a variety of sizes to complete the project.

Click HERE to view the Kacoonda Hand Dyed Silk Ribbons or

HERE to view the Kacoonda Hand Dyed Threads.

Click HERE to view the Colour Streams Hand Dyed Silk Ribbons or

HERE to view the Colour Streams Hand Dyed Threads.

The Pink Roses Hand Painted Panel is not a difficult project but to maintain the integrity of the intended pattern, a true dedication to ”less is more” way of thinking will give you the intended and desired result.

Click HERE to view a short video for

Ribbon Embroidery for Beginners

(or a refresher for non Beginners) 🙂