You're welcome to pick your way through threads and stitches, but I'd be really grateful if you could be kind enough to refrain from pinning.
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Three new things: I changed my blog template to three columns. At first I thought it looked a bit hectic, but the dust seems to have settled and I think I can live with it. I also made a new … Continue reading
It occurred to me that it would be more sensible to photograph the leafkeeper actually keeping a leaf in a book – obvious, really… Only two more to go in this limited edition series, which I intend to complete over … Continue reading
It’s been quite a solitary weekend as my husband has a nasty cold and quarantined himself upstairs, so I’ve been able to spend more time stitching than is ordinarily possible at weekends. Perhaps I should also point out that my … Continue reading
The first and second (above) in a series of nine leafkeeper bookmarks for the summer, which I’ll add to the shop as they’re finished. I think you should be able to click and enlarge the top two to see some of … Continue reading
Page from the sketchbook with little summer leafkeeper (about 2.5″ x 7″). All those silk trees are needle-turned. Slightly too fiddly, even for me! I’m about to start a second week of antibiotics for the monster ear infection, which is much better … Continue reading
After a lot of thought, I’ve decided to offer a little giveaway to celebrate my 100th blog post today. I have mixed feelings about giveaways on blogs. It’s all very well saying ‘thank you, everyone, for reading my blog all … Continue reading
On reflection, I thought better of the trees piece and have unpicked it. My original intention when I began my blog was to create something that could serve as my witness. Its function will be to witness disappointment as well as delight. Today … Continue reading
I’m aiming to put a few of these in the shop by the end of the week.
Two more; stitched area is about 2.5″ square: The moon really shines in this one: