Share our enjoyment of my student Rosa’s latest masterpiece. Click on the image to view the whole picture. Enjoy the skill and insight of Rosa’s stitching which shows us that we are mere mortals.
Helen from the Tasmanian Embroiderers Guild Workshop has finished her Blue Wrens Embroidery.
Well done Helen
My most recent workshop was held in Launceston for the Tasmanian Embroiderers’ Guild. The project was The Blue Wren Family. I taught the ladies the embroidery and they gave me cakes!!! And even recipes. It was a win-win for both.
There was serious work done. Stay tuned for the photos of their finished work they have promised to send me. Thank you Julie, Pam and the ladies of the Guild. It was a happy collaboration.
Hello Fellow Stitchers,
I ‘m visiting Kangaroo Island, South Australia,
The island is a dedicated wild life sanctuary and a place of natural beauty.
Perhaps I have found in this beautiful eagle, my next inspiration.
It was a great experience to welcome an old friend in this very friendly kooka.
Congratulations to Leanne of my Wednesday evening class. Here is the first embroidered square for her quilt she has planned featuring Australian Wild Life.
Stitching of such high quality it takes one’s breath away. I am so happy that I can show everyone this exceptionally fine needlework.
Leanne’s next square, an Australian Wombat, is currently a work in progress and. the detail and precision of the stitching displayed of this Possum continues. Stay tuned.
Well Done Leanne!
One of my students Marj has completed her embroidery of
This project was started on the Needlework Cruise in 2015.
She has followed the skills that she learned from that class while cruising on the ship, then was able to finish by herself afterwards. Well done Marj!
The rustic frame completes the piece.