More Spring fun with a bird pattern!
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Remember, if you stitch it send me a photo so I can blog it!
With the increased interest in Gnomeage I decide to create a Gnome Embroidery pattern set for my Etsy store.
Alabama Stitch Book: Projects and Stories Celebrating Hand-Sewing, Quilting and Embroidery for Contemporary Sustainable Style
Primitive Elegance is what I think as I go through the book Alabama Stitch Book by Natalie Chanin, with Stacie Stukin, photograph by Robert Rausch. Here are the 4 things I like about this book, 1) Great story about how Natalie started this style, her business and how she tapped a community for talent. 2) Using traditional sewing methods in a very contemporary way. 3) Easy method! 4) Sustainable crafting.
Her work is beautiful and has given me ideas for many new projects. Her use of Cotton Jersey will release the hand stitcher in all of us.
Here is a nice mix, a pixie, gnome and (one of my older patterns) a mermaid.
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a) Mermaid by Dropstitch
b) Gnome and mushrooms by Claudia
Claudia’s blog: http://linhasimaginarias.blogspot.
I’m back from a little trip and when I went on my computer i found that my fine internet friends had sent me more images of their embroidered gnome. Also, several people (acting at embroidery spy’s) let me know that doe c doe had given the gnome a whirl.
a) doe c doe
b) Rocket Scientist
Etsy Store @ www.lilchicken.etsy.com
b) i am susie/Flickr@ http://www.flickr.com/people/iamsusie/
Etsy Store @ www.iamsusie.etsy .com
Blog @ iamsusie.blogspot.com/
I changed the format for showing other stitchers work. Please let me know if you like it. Thanks!
First things first, I would like to shout out a big time Thanks! to my friend at Bliss for featuring my art on her blog. You can check out Bliss at http://www.blissfulb.blogspot.com
I have started work on the white panels on the Snake in the Grass quilt.
Okay, Okay! I told you the name of the quilt and showed you some images of it, but I didn’t include the snake after which the quilt is named (Snake in the Grass, quilt). So, here it is. Now leave me alone. Not really. All your comments show you care. oxox
After I am done with the embroidery on the blue background fabric I will be appliqueing color shapes onto the white panels.