Ribbon Embroidered Cushion

Eunice is a Friday morning Student, were we have lots of fun. (and morning tea). She wanted to learn how to make folded roses and ribbon leaves.   The colours that have been chosen were good for her décor.

We made folded roses  and leaves separately then attached them to the back ground. The rest of the  flowers and leaves were embroidered on a needle with  both ribbon and thread.

Cushion 1

A Blanket for Your Baby

Inspired by the story of  Nemo and his friends this, delightful blanket was made with a lot of love for a precious grandchild.

See some of the images and maybe you will be inspired too.Nemo Pelican


Nemo and Dory MeetNemo Turtle and ChildrenNemo's RayNemo SHarkNemo OnlookersNemo's Mentor

Launceston Workshop Embroiderers’ Guild of Tasmania Inc.

Bev, with a work in progress

The Embroiderers GuildLauncestion, Tasmania

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.

Jane Robbins & Jenny Prevost
Bev with Rosemary Stevenson
Eager to Learn. Happy to teach.
The Classroom

On Sabbatical in South Australia

Bev Launching An Eagle

 Hello Fellow Stitchers,

I ‘m visiting Kangaroo Island, South Australia,

The island is a dedicated wild life sanctuary and a place of natural beauty. kangaroo-island

Many stitchers know me for my bird designs. The Blue Wrens, is a great favorite  followed closely by An Early Morning Call, featuring two kookaburras sitting on a branch.

Perhaps I have foundbev-and-the-kooka in this beautiful eagle, my next inspiration.

It was a great experience to welcome an old friend in this very friendly kooka.

Happy Stitching!kangaroo