Here is my next Needlework Release: The Labyrinth of the Reims Cathedral. I am always on the lookout for interesting and inspiring images. When I was looking up labyrinths one day, I came across this one – so unique for its geometry. At first, I was simply enjoying the challenge of charting it. But then, the enjoyment continued as I started doing research about the Reims Cathedral (about 90 miles outside of Paris in France) and its labyrinth. I’ve including a great deal of historical information in the pattern.
I stitched this on 32 count Exotic Orchid Zweigart lugana. The black you see is one strand of DMC Etoile in 310 – and I needed 2 skeins. The fillings inside the labyrinth, the border, and the stitch pattern in between were all stitched with Kreinik cord #105C. (This is NOT Kreinik braid – it is a finer metallic thread and pretty easy to stitch with.) This design certainly lends itself to being stitched using any two colors of thread.
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