I often say, and I’ll say it again, that when a medium is new to you, it’s a good idea to let the medium tell you what it likes to do before you start telling it what to do.
It is isn’t often that I wish a project were larger. This one is an exception. Every stage has been more fun than I anticipated–and the result makes me smile.
Experimentation with embroidering the knitted crazy quilt square continues…
A great deal of the beauty in traditional crazy quilting lies, of course, in the purely ornamental “seams” that run along the borders between patches.
I’ve been cleaning out my primary workspace for eight years, which is the same amount of time I’ve spent working in my primary workspace.
If you’ve ever wanted to tell me to stuff it, you’ll quite enjoy this issue of “Fridays with Franklin.”
With Upstairs Baby nicely clad in his new Five Hour Baby Jacket, I returned to the cushion cover.
While I have no children and do not plan to have children, rumors that I have coffee every week with Cinderella’s stepmother and the witch from Hansel and Gretel are utterly unfounded.
In the dim recesses of my memory lurked an image of my late grandmother, the tailor, embroidering perfect five- and six-pointed stars on a client’s fancy party outfit.
Since last Thursday’s sneak preview, Rosamund has made the rounds of the neighborhood in her new superhero costume, knit from HiKoo Simpliworsted.