pressure sensor A: round 06

I used the same crochet technique with different thicknesses of thread which I stitched on a layer of felt in the wave-form of the lace.

pressure sensor B: round 05

How to get to a thicker string? I just remembered a cord-making technique I used to do as a child. With this cord I followed the rough form of the lace and the previous layer.

pressure sensor A: round 05

I wanted to make a raised layer in the form inspired by the original lace pattern.

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pressure sensor B: round 04

I used a large abstract silk applique for this round.

pressure sensor A: round 04

It’s another abstract interpretation with a giant cross-stitch and using thick string.

pressure sensor B: round 03

I used the line of Meg’s embroidery and went on embroidering with a thicker thread interpreting the motif of the lace.

pressure sensor A: round 03

I stitched an approximation of the lace pattern on top of the previous layer.

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pressure sensor B: round 02

This round started with Anja’s pencil sketch on super-thin chiffon layer which I used as a guide for my embroidery.

pressure sensor A: round 02

I used a ribbon to make a little curve which follows the curve of the lace.

pressure sensor┬áB: round 01

I used a thin layer of chiffon for the first round. I started simple and quick, making a pencil sketch of the lace motif directly on the fabric.