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My First Biscornu

December 11, 2010

So my son loves ladybugs.  He asked me to stitch him a ladybug ornament for the tree this year.  So we settled on a chart…a biscornu chart.  Just to add a little more challenge, he wanted a ladybug felt fabric for the back of it.  The biscornu was easier to stitch than I expected, just time consuming.  My finger is sore from shoving the needle through the felt.  I think it looks great!

top view of ladybug biscornu

side view of ladybug Biscornu

back view of Ladybug biscornu

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  1. December 12, 2010 10:46 AM

    Melia,

    You are not the first person I have seen do a “Biscornu.” What makes it a “biscornu?” I would look at it and say “stuffed ornament.”

    It’s cute btw….

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    • December 12, 2010 9:17 PM

      according to Wikipedia, the name is derived from a French adjective meaning skewed, quirky or irregular.

      Thanks.

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      • December 13, 2010 10:50 AM

        Interesting. Did you son like the finish? I take it he likes ladybugs like you like acorns.

        I have sore finger syndrome as well from putting the fringe on Zoe’s stocking. Pulling 4 strands of yarn through already done needlepoint canvas is hard.

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  2. chris permalink
    December 15, 2010 8:40 AM

    Love the ladybugs. Fantastic work!

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