My Hexie Dreams quilt, which was carefully fussy cut and hand pieced by me, then hand quilted by my gramma, is finally finished after three+ years of work (and avoidance). The proof is in the stitching – persistence pays off!
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I made the Fia Doll from Tilda’s World. Check out her sweet style!
I stitched ink-stamped pieces of fabric to make two small embroidered pins/buttons as gifts.
My hand sewn fussy-cut EPP Hexie Dreams quilt is all ready to go to my gramma for hand quilting. Check out a few of my embellished hexies, and come back in the future for the finished product!
I present to you My Village Quilt, based on the Urban Village Green quilt: a four-year-long project that tipped the love-hate scale finally over to love.
My fussy-cut EPP Hexie Dreams quilt is coming along. All the flowers were stitched into rows and the rows are being stitched together now for the final push. I also share some of my dear sewing supplies!
A quick update on my fussy-cut EPP hexie dreams quilt. A whopping 131 flowers are now complete, yay!
I needed a lanyard so rather than buying one, I followed SewCanShe’s tutorial and made a DIY wristlet key fob.
I made a quirky and weird slow-stitched collage to try to push through a creative slump. It was much more about doing than the outcome.
I was inspired to stitch up a stack of tea cups which lead to starting a second project that I’m still thinking about.
I hand stitched and hand quilted a patchwork coaster for my tea cup.
I used a tiny scrap of stamped fabric to make a tiny canvas showing a tea kettle on a table.
I was inspired by Mandy Pattullo to make a chickadee wall hanging mixed media piece.
As part of TextileArtist.org’s Stitch Club, Ruth Norbury tasked us with making a textural mixed media peice and I chose Hubert Robert’s La Fontaine painting as my subject.
As part of TextileArtist.org’s Stitch Club, I made a map of Guy Gavriel Kay’s Sarantium (by Martin Springett) following Bridget Steel-Jessop’s workshop.
I have a total of 107 flowers ready for my fussy-cut EPP Hexie Dreams quilt and am moving on to planning how to arrange them.
As part of TextileArtist.org’s Stitch Club, I followed Valerie S. Goodwin’s workshop to create a map of one of my favorite places.
For my fussy-cut EPP Hexie Dreams quilt, I’ve so far stitched together fifty seven flowers.
In 2020, my embroidery guild offered a class on Ukrainian whitework: the Summer Lace pattern in all white by Terri Bay. Of course, this was well before the war occurring now. My friend, then, had recently gone to Ukraine to meet her father's side of the family for the...
I’ve begun sewing the hexies together for my fussy-cut EPP Hexie Dreams quilt.