This is how I've spent my afternoon hiding from storm Doris. Design from Embroidery Library stitched on upholstery fabric. The chair one of those which has a plastic shell around the seat and back. The fabric is simply pushed into the gap between the she
A group of 4 crazy patchwork blocks, pieced and joined in the hoop. Following Mops' comment - the second picture is what one block repeated with the same colours and rotated for each join could look like.
This is an "artist's companion". Sketch pad on the right and pockets for pencils etc on the left. It was made in the hoop. The embroidery design on the front is from Urban Threads. It has elastic to keep it closed.
Hexagons from circles project - now finished. When I had run out of circles, I had a rectangle of patchwork which I fancied making into some kind of container. A quick wander around the house and I found it was a perfect fit for the biscuit tin. This will
UPDATE. I know a lot of you have been wondering what has been happening to my designs in recent months. First, I decided to "retire" so as not to have any income tax forms to fill in. That means there will be no more of my designs on Yoriko's sites. Ho
Trying out a new (to me) technique. These hexagons are hand stitched starting with a circle of fabric. Basically, the side is stitched to the centre six times. I decided the back looked nicer than the front so I used a tiny button to cover the join. I wou
This is the ith quilt block I've been playing with this week.<br /><br /> The first picture is of two blocks, pieced, backed, quilted and joined in the hoop. A bit of digital trickery has given me two possible layouts to use. Incidentally the beautifu
I've called this design Pretty Maids (all in a row.) I've actually been fiddling around with it on and off for about 3 years, but I've finally called it finished. It is made in the hoop except for gathering the skirt pieces and the side seams.