Today’s stitch sample video highlights a golden brown colour sample – Colour #29. It is a monochromatic blend of various brown and tan shades.
This colour is particularly unique. Depending on who you ask, some folks may pass this colour off as a warm, peachy tone. On the other hand, the dark shades that you see in this video add more definition to the colour, creating a honey, golden brown tone.
Colour #29 (or shades like it!) are such versatile colours to have in your stash. Because of how multi-dimensional the colours can be, it serves as a great option to use for virtually any project and can be combined with a variety of different colours.
I personally envision pairing this colour with a beautiful light blue to create a perfect contrast between cool and warm shades.
A Closer Look at this Golden Brown Colour Sample
I really wanted to highlight all the different shades of Colour #29 in this stitch sample. That is why in the video, I am stitching a long arm cross on 18-count mono canvas using a size-5 Perle cotton.
I like to show my colour combinations stitched in a sample to give you a “visual” of the colour blend.
For reference, you will find the stitch in the Stitches Book Volume One by Ruth Schmuff and Kathy Holicky. These books are ones that I like to use for my stitch samples as the diagrams are very easy to follow.
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