I believe I've been foiled by Google Translate. You be the judge.
What I really wanted to show you was the sweet little wooly flowers. Because every roood stitchery should be sneaky and decorated with dainty little flowers, don't you think? You can easily make these by cutting out tiny wool circles with a hole-punch. My single hole punch didn't make it all the way through the wool, but I easily finished the job with my sharp-to-the-tip embroidery scissors.
The wool dots are simply attached to the background with a double-wrap french knot. I surrounded them with typical lazy daisy flowers, leaves and some stem stitch. At least there is something interesting to look at, now that my Latin will fail to shock any passing scholars.
And for something entirely different and really fun, you can visit Angela at Cut to Pieces and read all about ME! I'm so excited to be her most recent "Quilting Around the World" guest. There are all kinds of things you'll need to know next time there is a Poppyprint quiz, so check it out!