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My latest works will appear here as I complete them.

Ice Cream Sunday

Actually, it was an Ice Cream Weekend. Saturday I stitched out a delicious ice cream cone, jam packed with vibrant flowers. As we can’t be together, I sent a picture of it to my Daughter who immediately placed her order. Hence I spent Sundae stitching out another Ice Cream Sunday. Or was it vice versa?Continue reading “Ice Cream Sunday”

Happy Easter, World.

Happy Easter everyone. A bright, warm morning here in sunny Birmingham UK so let’s celebrate with a lovely joyous Daffodil. 33,000 stitches and 7 colours gives such a realistic and beautiful bloom that I will certainly be stitching out more of them to make a nice bunch. I’m hoping they might attract the butterflies. InContinue reading “Happy Easter, World.”

A Lazy? Day

I’ve had a lazy day today, so far as embroidery goes. With the lovely sun and warm temperatures that we have had today, the garden beckoned. So it has actually been anything but lazy! However, I promised you a pic of the Butterfly that I stitched out yesterday so here it is…. 27,000 stitches andContinue reading “A Lazy? Day”

Defend the Castles!

After yesterday’s post where I introduced you to freestanding lace for a castle design, my daughter was straight on the phone saying that she wanted two for on her mantelpiece. So that has kept the old machine chugging today. They look effective with the LED tea lights in them though…… I initially tried to beContinue reading “Defend the Castles!”

Spring has sprung….

Spring has sprung, The grass is ris’ I wonder where de birdies is? Well, here’s a delightful little robin, sitting in an idyllic church yard on a bright spring morning, surrounded by daffodils and spring flowers. Enough to warm the cockles of your heart. 95000 stiches and 42 colour changes.

Magnolia Blossom

Today’s offering is a delightful magnolia blossom. 5 hours of chugging for my wonderful machine produced 112000 stitches across 34 colour changes to produce another beautiful design. Lockdown may be boring but spirits are raised when designs like this appear.

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