Here's a tiny srrig of flowers that in reality only takes a wee bit of tome to accomplish. I wasn't happy with my Fishbone Stitch so it was taken out a couple times. It's good linen so no problem. The pattern is on Mary Corbett's NeedleNThread, click on the Patreon tab.
On not so fine linen. Has a soft hand and will make for a nice hanky.
Finishing into a 14 x 14 cloth with pin stitching. Something simple that can be done anywhere, anytime there are a few moments.
Precut threads, cloth, two needles tucked in a pouch and ready to go. Stitched in and airport, the car, an assisted living home while visiting my father-in-law, anywhere and everywhere I could grab a few moments. It's so relaxing, calming.
There are several patterns up on Mary's Patreon page now. You should head on over and join. Follow the link from NeedleNThread
A little bit of Needle Painting. Thankful to Mary Corbett for her pouring into the needle arts community month after month with beautiful, inspiring and creative embroidery. She shared this little pattern "Stitching Exercise for Needle Painting".
Choosing colors from what I have on hand. I may need to adjust my greens a bit, there is something not quite right.
I used the prick'n pounce method of transfer with charcoal. Then traced it with a sepia pen.
This little gal got some new tools yesterday, a scant quarter inch foot, a stitch in the ditch foot for top stitching near a seam, a quarter inch hemmer, and some new bobbins. All very nice quality from the Singer Featherweight Shop in Idaho. 25 hours from the time I place an order to my mail box! That is a record accomplishment! Thank you!
Fun fabrics from Keepsake Quilting (vintage fabric now).