Today we will re-visit 2013 and have a little look back at some of the things I was doing then. In February I completed another hussif...
If you would like to see the inside, you may go to my post HERE.
This is an absolutely HORRIBLE picture but the best I could do at the time of the white cloth I completed from an online class held by Karen Ruane...
If you would like to see more details, have a look at my original post HERE.
In July of that year I completed work on a fabric/stitched portrait of Odin - our beloved dog that we lost far too soon...
This was from an online class from Susan Sorrell through the Fiber Arts/Mixed Media site.
In August I was working on a crocheted version of Hobbes (from the Calvin and Hobbes comic series) - a much loved character by both of our boys. I gifted each of our adult boys with one and they are now being loved by our grandsons...
|Pattern can be found HERE|
You can find the tutorial for the thread catcher/pincushion HERE - the rest of the pieces I simply made up as I went along.
- There's an interesting article HERE (accompanied by comments) regarding the pros and cons of vintage vs. new sewing machines.
- Mary Corbet has written a great post HERE about keeping the back of your embroidery neat.
- Those of you who are quilters might be interested in seeing some ways to make your bindings look more interesting found HERE.
- Have a look at the amazing miniatures found HERE.
Today, a quote from A.W. Tozer..."We cannot pray in love and live in hate and still think we are worshiping God"