Pattern by DMC/National Gallery.
I’m not getting much craft time at the moment but I’m enjoying seeing the horse forming, when I can. I’m also enjoying looking back at earlier weeks photos, to see how far I am progressing.
I’ve been intrigued by punch needling for a while but it was Arounna Khounnoraj’s new book, Punch Needle that sold me, just that cushion on the front cover, *swoon*. It has lots of nice things inside too, this is one of those craft books where if I saw any one of the projects on sale…
Kit by National Art Gallery/DMC.
I’m trying to switch to more reusable stuff and there’s nothing better than a bad cold to make you think about getting rid of those paper tissues. I’d had a packet of Sublime Stitching embroiderable handkerchiefs in my stash forever, so now was the time. All the motifs I used were also from Sublime Stitching….
My creative mojo isn’t particularly strong at the moment, so that’s the perfect time for a Dropcloth sampler to come to the rescue (I have several stored away as genuine emergency crafting measures).
I’ve been very slowly working on a new design since January. It’s massive, it took months (with a lot of off and on again) just to design the thing. It will take even longer to stitch…..
I think you can probably tell what’s in this famous painting now, but as there’s lots of paintings with this thing in, can you tell which one it is?