>Slow Propeller

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The bead embroidery on my Yellow Submarine is going slower than I expected!

Beaded Beatles Yellow Submarine Pop art bead embroidery hijack propeller Boston beadwork beading Blue Meanies

I did finish beading the belly of the submarine, but it took a very long time because I had to work around the propeller. Here’s a closer look:

Beaded Beatles Yellow Submarine Pop art bead embroidery hijack propeller Boston beadwork beading Blue Meanies

Next, I’m going to bead the edge of the top of the submarine. I don’t want and felt to be visible when the piece is finally stitched to a stretched canvas. This shouldn’t take quite as long because this part is not nearly as thick as the bottom edge. I’m hoping I can get it done in a day…

Beaded Beatles Yellow Submarine Pop art bead embroidery propeller Boston beadwork beading Blue Meanies
Have patience, Blue Meanies…😀

Beaded Beatles Yellow Submarine Pop art bead embroidery propeller Boston beadwork beading Blue Meanies(18″ x 12″ x 1″)

10 thoughts on “>Slow Propeller

  1. >It’s totally fab! ….showed it to my husband and he was very impressed…it really looks great LB :O)On the subject of patience….I have patience for the things I like to do and none for chores :o)

  2. >I’m waiting for the finished piece, cause I’d like to see how you arrange all parts of this beading in the end.. Where will you put those whales, how they will look all together.. very interesting to see!🙂

  3. >Beadie – I love that quote – small amounts of patience that adds up to a lot over time🙂 that is great.I love the propeller. It may be slow but its way COOOOOL!xxpinks

  4. >Thanks for dropping by and giving me the info on the street art. I also took a photo of the pink car. So this is the banksy one huh? You’re beading is pretty impressive. You must have loads of patience.

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