The center section of the sampler is finished, and is it lovely!
We celebrated the Needle Arts results at the Evergreen State Fair with a traditional fair scone slathered in raspberry jam; would the Puyallup Fair yield a Scone of Victory or a Scone of Consolation?
Dear Evergreen State Fair, flattery will get you everywhere.
Another gorgeous enamel treasure box by Just Nan, and better late than never, I finally got around to stitching this very quick and tiny mouse.
My progress on Holly and Ivy isn’t very exciting, but it is definitely useful: all the borders are stitched and ready to fill in.
A very long time ago, I set a goal to stitch some large Christmas pieces … The front frame was… read more
Finally, after four months of work, I finished the petticoat lace last weekend, and my sister-in-law and her mother finished the christening gown. So much work, but so worth it!
Occasionally I’m asked if I make mistakes while cutting the Hardanger embroidery, and if so, if there are any mistakes… read more
Wow! The sleeves took much less time than I thought they would! With the over skirt and both sleeves complete,… read more
The over skirt of the christening gown is the simplest to embroider, and would make a nice enough gown on… read more