Seven Blues, Day 13
an embroidered artwork by Bonnie Sennott, in progress. Seven blues, in succession, and four stitches, also in succession. Begun on January 1, 2013.
Beading the Border Blocks, Part 2
We've got a corker winter storm underway here in the Northwest....hurricane force winds on the NW Oregon coast and flood warnings for all r...
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Ruth on Instagram: “This is a lovely piece of work made by Trish @find.collect.createworkshops who attended our Slow Stitching workshop on Saturday in Sydney.…”
204 Likes, 7 Comments - Ruth (@craftschooloz) on Instagram: “This is a lovely piece of work made by Trish @find.collect.createworkshops who attended our Slow…”
Crazy quilt inchies
Lisa of Ivory Blush Roses blog created a delicious bit of crazy quilting and then (talk about crazy!) cut it up! As she embellishes the 1″ x 1″ pieces and finishes their edges with blan…
Another Nature Fabric and Lacebook "Birds Inspire"
This book was created by me some twelve months ago and was inspired by a delightful calender I was gifted from an old friend f...
double DMC #8 BigStitched with no hoop or thimble. Technique by Akiko Ike in Quiltmania issue #100 called chiku-chiku. Raw edge applique--layers of fabrics with no barring. Taught by Jo Glover in her BigStitch weekend class at John C. Campbell Folk School since 2014