As many of you know I began to embroider this last winter. My goal was to create pieces that I could frame. I enjoyed my beginning pillow cases but I am not really into fancy towels or pillow cases.
I really wanted my focus to be artwork that I could hang on the wall. I didn’t want my embroidery to be limited to preprinted patterns. So, that meant I needed an easy method to transfer a pattern from a piece of paper onto a piece of fabric. Continue reading DIY Light Table: Transferring Designs
As I have shared before I recently started to embroider. Because my Mother got me started I wanted my first “to be framed” piece to be for her.
This post is for my Mom who today turns 60 ( shhhhh don’t say anything. She doesn’t want to think about it 😉 ) Continue reading Birthday Embroidery
I just started to embroider this winter and I am really enjoying it. One thing I found though is that I don’t want to learn a stitch on the final project so I have a practice piece of fabric. Never thought it would become a teaching experience for me AND the kids… Continue reading Learning is not a waste
This post was originally written last week but its publishing got pushed off due to our move into a new home. I chose not to change it before publishing other than to add this note. I felt today was a perfect time to publish it because this afternoon my sweet Grandmother, that I mention below, went home to be with her Jesus today. The following words bring tears and I am sad because I will miss her. I am not sad her suffering is over and that she is now able to rejoice with her Savior.
This post is dedicated to my Grandmother Theresa Mencl Close Goble. Continue reading Hands and Heritage