Working through the assembly sequence is interesting because of the different weights of cloth I’ve used. The red, pink and purple are furnishing weight cloth, which makes the wallets cosy… with a chunky feel. The black/dark grey works well, it lies flatter and is easier to stitch and accommodates the quilted templates more easily thanContinue reading “Yes- the Oysters are shaping up.”
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Al fresco stitching
A fantastic benefit of handwork, it’s portable! As this beautiful summer continues, al fresco stitching in the park adds to the enjoyment. Settled under the shade of the trees , hearing the sound of children playing, I stitch my ‘thank you’s’. Selecting colour to define each letter. Enjoying how the colour of the thread influences theContinue reading “Al fresco stitching”
For a long time I have been trying to fathom how to include lots of pictures, aka known as a gallery, into my blog posts – well now I know. You can find out too at learn.wordpress.com- under the ‘Get Flashy’ title in the left sidebar.. It gives examples and instructions. I like this grid format. WhenContinue reading “Gallery Opening”
Falling in Love…..
…….with colour. In the attic room, scattered on the floor were a few wax crayons and a scrap of paper. We were viewing the house. It was for sale. Dad picked up a crayon and rubbed it across the page, he added a different colour over the top then more colour again, the bright clear hues mergingContinue reading “Falling in Love…..”