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….
Pattern by Sublime Stitching.
One of my current long term embroidery projects is the Naoshi Fantastic & Pop pattern from Sublime Stitching. Currently I’m adding some red mushrooms, to fill in some spaces. The piece will become a large tote bag, eventually. Anyone following my embroidery here, will notice that for once I’m not using Sulky Solvy! I’m trying…
I love the Naoshi pattern set, so I couldn’t resist embroidering another one of the patterns, this time on my denim jacket.
Another Sublime Stitching – Naoshi pattern, this time on my denim jacket, which I haven’t been able to wear for about a week whilst I’ve been embroidering this, so I need to hurry up and finish!
I love the new Naoshi patterns over on Sublime Stitching, I have a feeling I’ll be stitching more than one! (Unfortunately, this one had to go through the washing machine with a colour catcher sheet, darn you red embroidery floss!)
I got hit by the urge to embroidery again recently, so I finally got round to stitching the lovely Shy Girl and Boy pattern from Sublime Stitching. The pattern is one of Sublime Stitching’s collaborations and is based on artwork from Rosie Music. I had a lot of fun stitching it, I loved the artistic…