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.
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!
A fortnight sea voyage, what a dream! A cruise leaving Sydney Australia, meandering along the beautiful Eastern Coast of Australia and then heading on to Singapore. Six of those fourteen days are dedicated to stitching and embroidery.
And I will be aboard! I ‘ll be teaching as part of the Needlework Tours Cruise in 2017, 19th April to 3rd May fully escorted.
I have prepared three projects; each one very different from each other. One was featured in Inspirations Issue 88, the other two are brand new designs.
Protea Basket A beautiful three dimensional embroidery sewn in fine wool, silk and rayon thread.
Beaded Vase Ribbon Embroidery of a sweet bowl of flowers in a Beaded Vase.
Bridge at Monet’s Garden
This famous scene is recreated using a dry needle felting technique for the background and embellished with embroidery.
Rock Up Girls! Let’s have a great time.
In Southern Victoria, Australia near Bass Strait, the winds blow in from Antarctica; and when the sun shines, it glistens on the sands of the beaches that surround our beautiful peninsula. This is my home. It is also a habitat for much of the Australian flora and fauna that inspires my embroidery.
Join me for my regular Hints & Tips on embroidery and needlework.