A flub or a fix, that is the question. What do you think?
the area in question is/was the grass on the right behind the embroidery
You can also see some other changes have happened since I last shared a picture. There has been some stitching, highlighting and shadowing done on the barn (and those pesky boards!) and the base for a tree limb has been added. Now to add some of those fussy cut leaves to finish that area.
- THIS is an interesting technique for sewing curved pieces for a quilt.
- Go HERE for several ideas for using vintage linens.
- Have a look at the sweet wee bird's nest embroidery tutorial HERE! (Thanks to Mary Ann for the head's up about this).
- If you follow THIS link and look on the left hand side (scroll down a bit) you can sign on to get access to a very good (and better yet, FREE) online quilt magazine. On the right side you will notice the option to pay a little bit to receive a more in-depth version of the magazine. I've been on their mailing list for the free version for quite some time and I find it interesting every single time and so I'm quite content to continue without upgrading.
- THIS is a really cute little bag that would be perfect for stash busting (and for gifts too).
- THIS is one of those projects that is quick and easy to create and yet is so pretty too. You could, of course, wrap the hangers in batting first, to make them cushier.
- Most of you know I love denim so of course THIS caught my eye!
- I stumbled across THIS really interesting blog post and thought I'd share it with you. Some good food for thought there!
Today I have a definition for you..."Stashcovery: That moment when you rediscover an item in your stash that you forgot you had"