What have I been stitching?
Over the last few months, there’s been a lot of stitching! The cross stitch pieces…well, you’re going to have to wait a little to see those. They are my new releases for Expo at the end of the month and I’ll start sharing them soon.
I worked on a needlepainting embroidery piece – this is Japanese Anemone from the book The Kew Book of Embroidered Flowers by Trish Burr.
I also did some geometric embroidery after discovering wolfratsen – I think I first saw her work on Instagram somehow. Lover her sense of both color and geometry!
Most recently, I’ve been working on a little piece here and there, mostly during Zoom when I can have my camera off and am just watching a listening to a presentation. When I was packing up to move, I, of course, unearthed all kinds of things, purchased with the best of intentions to “give this a try.” This is Swedish weaving/Swedish embroidery/Huck weaving – take your pick of the correct name, because I’m really not sure of the difference between them. Something a little fun and different
I realize I am showing a variety of needlework styles here and it is something I talked about on my latest Flosstube video. Go check it out if you are interested.
More to catch you up on soon!