Stitch challenge
Only a few hours were spent on working the stitch challenges.
Two more shapes were filled with laid work on Beyond TAST challenge.
Tramming sampler was completed on SSS challenge.
Projects
My tailor is coming back next week. I was working parsi embroidery on satin fabric for a blue crepe tunic.
Parsi, Resham, Persian or chinese embroidery- are the different names by which this embroidery is called, which is a  padded satin stitch filling. The embroidery is on sleeve borders and tunic front. I was not sure whether this work can ever be completed and was working on it on and off these past few months. Some times even after working five hours a week the progress was very slow. It was demotivating. This was reason this project was not shared on this category. Now I am nearing the end of the project. The progress till today.
WIPW171-blcreparsit-1
Hoping to complete this project within this week. let us see.

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The embroidery on this yoke was done for my niece, so I don’t have the picture of the completed tunic to show here. The other details of the embroidery-
The curves on the motifs are worked with back stitches in light green thread.

green yoke-6b

The small diamonds are worked in double running stitch.

green yoke-6c

The embroidery is completed on this green yoke.
the yoke-

green yoke -compeleted

This type of patterns, where the small motifs are repeated, and more than two colours are used and we cannot work continuously, it is better to keep the stitches simple and the pattern small.
When we see the outcome ,it is well worth the effort.

The details of the green yoke continued.
Straight stitches are worked in peach thread beside the satin stitches.

green yoke-5b

Two rows of chain stitches are worked on the border outline.

green yoke-5c

More embroidery was done on the neckline too-

green yoke -6a

More embroidery details of this green yoke.
The flowers on the border are worked with detached chain stitches in red colour

green yoke-3

The motifs are worked in satin stitches.

green yoke-4

Added fly stitches in peach for the border-

green yoke-5a

More details on my next post.

I had this idea of doing a embroidery pattern with small motifs. The same motif is repeated throughout. It looks like a block print. A peach colour tunic material was available for this. A dark green colour fabric was chosen for the yoke.
The thread colours chosen were- medium and light green, red, and peach. Two strands of cotton skeins was used for the embroidery.
The stitches used were- chain stitch, satin stitch, straight stitches, back stitch, stem stitch and fly stitch.
Started with medium green thread, the neck line-

green yoke-1

The border-

green yoke-2

Will continue with the details of the tunic.