These are two e-Reader covers I made and embroidered for our Kindles. The 'owl-eyes' design was a BFC free one and the butterfly design also a free-design and from Cathy de France. Thanks for viewing. Patricia
My first attempt at hardanger machine embroidery - a runner for our coffee-table. I did not use a 'cut-work' tool. The designs are those of Lodia Da Silva. The photos are not all that clear. The material is a light cream colour and it is tone on t
Herewith photos of a Deacon's stole that I made. It is reversible and has embroidered designs on each of the four ends (two on green and two on purple). The design on the purple is from Emb Library and the design on the green is an outline map of Afric
This was my christening gift recently for baby Maria. The photo is unfortunately not all that clear. The centre piece is a FSL design (I think from Advanced Embroidery - have had it a long time) but I stitched it directly onto the linen. Thanks for look
My elder son.Graham, has two snow white oriental cats to whom he is devoted. I found a photostitch embroidery design (unfortunately I do not remember the designer) of a very similar cat and I went to great pains to try and make the colour and shading t
These two cushions were my present for a 21st year birthday young lady, Michaela, seriously injured in a motor accident at the age of 8 and who sustained permanent physical and cerebral injuries. She loved them. The designs are from Emb Library.
I have not previously uploaded to the Project page and am having a trial run today. There are two photos of a Nativity banner I made for our local Catholic Church in Queenswood, Pretoria. The designs are from Emb Library, the Star from Sue Box and the i