A little quitlet to cover a glass panel in my airing cupboard door. (60 cm x 110 cm including the bunting.) Pieced quilted, backed and joined in the hoop, the backing was finished by hand. (Picture for Kim!)
This is an Octopus that I did on the back of a jacket that was quite dense. In spite of my efforts, it turned out rather stiff. So I starched the fabric around it to help support it and keep it flat. It's an Embroidery Library design.
Made this bag for the German Sew along from Sweat Pea. Modifyed the block, done ITH, without applique and with. The original design will be a shopper, but after the beautiful gift from my Grands I dont need one. This is the bag I came up with.
I loved mariagiannina's table runner (see link) so I had to see if I could come up with an ITH version. I used a batik kaftan as a source of fabric and was a bit limited as to how I could use it. My runner was made in 4 sections, joined and backed in
I'm watching the PyeongChang Winter Olympics skating and the young man on the ice is just superb, his name is Nathan Chen from America he got a massive score of 215.08 in the free skating programme!!!!!!!!!!!! So whilst the Television is going I'
Some wedding hankies I embroidered for my neighbours grand daughter last year. This was something new for me, I had never heard of wedding hankies, I'm very pleased how they turned out. I used an Embird alphabet as it had to be quite small. Mary
Hi again, This is one of the tea towels I made as gifts for the girls at the hairdresser. They are all the same , just different colours. I can't seem to upload more than one as I get a message that the files are too big. The design is from Smar