>Layered Lazy Stitch

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beaded camo camouflage print military Afghanistan U.S. pop art war bead embroidery
Just when I thought I was finished beading my M1 Abrams military tank, I added more seed beads! After finishing the wheels, I added more Japanese size 15 sand-coloured beads all over the body of the tank using lazy stitch technique! I think it adds a bit of texture, and I really like how it looks! Can you see the stitches??

beaded camo camouflage print military Afghanistan U.S. pop art war bead embroidery

I have also stitched a zipper to the bottom of the tank, although I’m not sure I like it just yet – I may add another one! Then, I have to stitch the entire tank together, as it is still 3 separate pieces… Wish me luck!🙂

11 thoughts on “>Layered Lazy Stitch

  1. >Seriously, those are amazing. I once started a beaded shirt in high school, it was actually a repair that I just kept going on. I never wore it after that and still have it. This is going back over (ahem) 20 years. Great job!

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