What you DON'T stitch in these designs is just as important as what you do since these images are defined, to a large extent, by the empty spaces... of course, this means that they're very quick to stitch.
Please click on the pictures for design details
Baby's Best Friend
This little Teddy is sewn in gentle, muted tones using a variety of threads which effectively demonstrate the cuddly softness of stuffed toys (Rainbow Gallery's white Wisper, glossy Rayon and regular DMC floss). He makes a lovely pillow but will be just as happy in a frame.
The bride's hair (and much of the rest of this picture) isn't actually stitched.
Her hairline is created by the skin-toned stitching of her face, her chignon is solely defined by beads and metallic threads. The groom's tuxedo and hair are also an illusion that's completed your minds-eye.
The Play's the Thing (Shakespeare)
William Shakespeare's face is defined only by his distinctive hairline, eyes, moustache and a few highlights.
His collar and your own imagination completes the picture.