I love red work! I know you didn't ask ~ but I love black work too ~ as long as both have that primitive look.BlessingsRobin
I prefer prim and aged colors...not a fan of redwork.
I love working redwork patterns but it doesn't have to necessarily be "red"! Thank you for all your hard work that you so willingly share!
Debbie WoffordBig fan of Red Work. However I think the other one is adorable. H
I like both!!!
I enjoy red work but some patterns I stitch with colours as I feel suits the design. Happy Stitching.
I like redwork and embroidery in a deep brown almost black
Redwork is my first love. I have done bluework and blackwork also but the red is my favorite.
Both! But red edges out color ...
Think I did this on Facebook, but I like red work for some christmas. I also like black work for prim pieces and sometimes i like to add red and green to those. Debbie
Love the look, I want to try it!!!
I like both, sometimes colors more than just redwork.Love your blog and all you do, thank you.Lisa
redwork all the way!
It depends on the pattern. I prefer to do mine in bluework or all one colour.
Hmmm...good question! I guess it must be red work because that's what I've done recently. But I enjoy any type of stitching...
Red work occasionally as a change from all the color. I actually have done that little quilt in red work.
I like red work because you don't have to change thread as often but I also like colored better on some projects.
Red work for me.
I really love the prim look of the color work, but truthfully it can be stitched any way you want too.
I love Red Work but it has to be the perfect shade of Red. It's one of my favorites!
Oh my! Tough question! When I look at the two samples I'm loving the colored one! As far as stitching, I love the ease of a single color.......so I'm on the fence here....I love them both!
I like the redwork- but the designs are fun both ways.
I love redwork especially the primitive kind!!!
I love redwork especially since red is my favorite color. But I think the "colors" lend to a more interesting piece.
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I am a huge fan of redwork!! I have your black work monthly pattern, and have that on my list to do in 2015!!And if course a huge fan of all Buttermilk Basin patterns!I still have all of my Pitter patterns, also!!Ellen
Yes, I love red-work, I love embroidery!
I prefer redwork.
Probably would lean more towards red work or any "one" color. I do like the multi colors in some patterns...but usually prefer a more traditional look. :)
I like colors but I love redwork.
I love redwork, I'm hooked on all colors of hand embroidery whether it is Red, Blue, Green, or multiples.
I LOVE Redwork!!
I love both; although I am seeing the redwork done in Blue in my crazy head.
I love colours.
It depends on what I am working on. For example, I prefer the colored version of the pattern you showed; but there are other patterns that I have seen that I would defitNicely do in a single color --- whether it be red, blue, black, etc.
I love both! I have collected red work but also found some blue and love it just as much.
For this pattern, I love the redwork. There are other patterns I like the colors in better. I think it depends on the pattern! :)Sandy A
I like both.
I like the idea of not changing thread colors--I'm really lazy that way!But I admit, I get bored when I work with just one color. I love colorful projects!!
I like both, depending on the design.
I like both but lean more toward color! ~Caroline
Colors by all means
I love Redwork. Working on a project now.. But guess you would "blue work"
I love "one-colour" work - whether it be red/blue/charcoal....I think I am too lazy to change colours! :)
REDWORK! My first love -Barbara in TN
I love it all, but would have to go for Colors!
I love red work done in blue--lol!
I love to do redwork, but there are times when I think a project calls for black, blue or multiple colors. I make my decision with each project.Grace
I like redwork but rarely stitch it in red! Usually black or dark brown on a prim background :o)
Prefer red but muted or prim red, not the bright red. Try to match it to the fabric first.
I would have to say - red.
I'm always drawn to the red work first. Love prim.
Love ALL embroidery but especially rework. I like that it is an easy "travel project" in a pouch - fabric, something to snip with and only ONE color of embroidery thread. How easy is that!!
I love redwork! In the image, I love the color.
I have this pattern and I plan on doing it in colors. I love rework too but I thought this would be fun in all the Christmas colors.Karen M
I like red work and sometimes I turn the red work into Blue, Green or Black work.. When I do the colors I am now loving crayon coloring along with the stitchery.
I love redwork, but I love the mix of colors in the embroidery too. I am no help if you are trying to make a decision. :-)
Definitely colors - red included with browns and tans!
I love rework. It is so pretty and I love putting it into a quilt, pillows or a wall hanging.
I love redwork and bluework and anything hand stitched...just don't have much time to accomplish them!
I find myself doing more redwork than any other colour. I also like black.
I like both... it really depends on the design and also what I'm in the mood to stitch on? I have to confess that I've been thinking of starting a redwork design during the last month.... maybe it's just that Valentines Day is approaching? ;-)
Redwork for me (and blackwork too, love them both!)
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Very tough decision! I love both of them, but would probably do the redwork first.
I love hand embroidery! Red, black, blue and or multi colour! It is so relaxing!
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