A mistake to avoid!

I have been doing horizontal rows of around 65 half cross  stitches  – row after row.   As I neared the bottom of the work, I thought it would be a good idea to change to vertical rows, before getting to the part where the rows extend to over 130 stitches.  This would make it easier to fill in the isolated stitches (of which there are many).


Here is the result – it was not so obvious last night when I was working by artificial light, but when  looked at it this morning in natural light,  oh dear.



I just had time to take this photo before it all came out – before breakfast.


June 6, 2012. Embroidery.

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