I made another Sydney Pouch, this time reminding me of sitting in my gramma and grampa’s screened in porch up on the hill.
Common cases of the Crafties!
I made another Sydney Pouch by Roxy Creations, this time a yellow garden theme with a different method of construction.
As part of TextileArtist.org Stitch Club, Jennifer Collier inspired me to stitch a paper glove.
I used the Sydney Pouch pattern by Roxy Creations to make this little collaged pouch.
As part of TextileArtist.org Stitch Club, Ali Ferguson inspired me to create a (slightly junk-journal inspired) hand-bound sketchbook using a mix of pages and embellishments.
I got a case of the Crafties and had to make a small fabric-covered cord bowl.
I sewed up a tote bag from Wild Olive’s Summer Reading Stitch Along using Robin Pickens’ Abby Rose fabric collection.
As part of TextileArtist.org Stitch Club, Ailish Henderson inspired me to create a mixed media portrait of my sweet javanese cat.
I made a felt ornament in the shape of the letter J for a friend. I was inspired by a letter R given to me, which hails from Mexico.
I was recently given this beautifully elegant carved vintage locket, and I turned it into my travel pin cushion.
I made a tiny felt mural with an embroidered bee and flowers for my gardening friend.
Inspired by an image online, I made a felt cassette tape displayed on a small canvas for my nephew’s birthday.
As part of TextileArtist.org Stitch Club, Gregory Wilkins inspired me to create a mixed media piece using my sewing machine, paint, and sharpie markers.
As part of TextileArtist.org Stitch Club, Mandy Pattullo inspired me to create a fabric book representing my family in colors and textures. A textural fiber art and mixed media mood board, if you will.
As part of TextileArtist.org Stitch Club, Sue Stone inspired me to create a woven background of fabric strips to which I embroidered a large rose.
As part of TextileArtist.org Stitch Club, Merill Comeau inspired me to create a flower representing an emotional response to something that has occurred in my life.
As part of TextileArtist.org Stitch Club, Debbie Lyddon inspired me to create three vessels to contain objects with meaning.
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