A double pink peony is the inspiration for the new drizzleberry stitch. This original new dimensional technique is used to stitch the peony center, and is also useful for flower centers in other flowers. Design size: 5” x 6”.
This cute Fairy Wren is stitched on hand dyed silk organza over trigger cloth, giving a wonderful translucent background. The little bird and flowers are stitched in silk threads and the wren has a wired stumpwork wing. Design size: 10cm x 9cm.
Elegant scrollwork surrounds a vase of beautiful flowers. Intermediate skill level. See More Info for stitches used in this design. Directions are for how to use the stitches to complete the design - individual stitch instructions are NOT included.
It’s wonderful to have lots of arms and legs. Think of the stitching you can do! This Crazy-Lace Octopus, Olivia, has put each of her eight arms to good use, embellishing her personal ‘wearable” with crazy patch stitches and lacy petticoats that peek from beneath her hemline. See More Info for further description.
“Come to the Circus!” Or if a carnival will do, here’s one for you! Flowers, flowers, flowers and showers of confetti delight unique circus acts. Tony the Tiger and Larry the Lion peek out from behind topical flowers as a high-wire act with two little bluebirdies – The Flying Winglendas (distant cousins of the famous Flying Wallendas) – entertain from on high.
Spend some time in this garden and you won’t want to leave – there are lots of different ideas for using cast-on and other stitches here! Enjoy a cherry orchard, climbing summer drizzle roses on the trellis, a flagstone patio, a kitten snoozing in the sun, water garden, flower basket, patio pots, and lots and lots of flowers. Companion piece to Wishes and Dreams.