The dark brown (seen in the 2 arched doorways) was dyed repeatedly, and sewn over with even darker thread, to get a sense of depth.
The stitching on the lettering here is different from the first two tablets. On the Stained Glass tablet and the Scribes tablet, I used a padded satin stitch. Here, and for the rest of the tablets, I used a wrapped outline stitch. In the following photo, you can see the progress of the stitches. Working from right to left, the R is only printed; the T and E have the first running stitches; C and H have additional stitching to form a solid line. The next C , H and E have the outlines wrapped in more thread, getting thicker and thicker. The S also has dark stitches forming an outline around the white letter.
This is the finished lettering:
The lettering for "The attic of an old Synagogue" is just over 2" long. Fortunately, I have a light with a magnifier to make the tiny stitches needed.
Next week, a tablet on the double tragedy of a library in Belgium.