Unframed appliqued Blackbird with embroidery on by MandyPattullo
I treasure the old and worn and refashion them into little textile collages in my attic studio in a converted manse in Northumberland, England. Everything I make is individual and unique. This Black Bird is hand appliquéd and embroidered on to a support of an unevenly cut old patchwork quilt fragment.The collage is made up of very small bits of fabric which have been hand sewn on to the quilt and marks made with embroidery stitches. The collage is then sewn on to a piece of mount board to…
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I treasure the old and worn and refashion them into little textile collages in my attic studio in a converted manse in Northumberland, England.
This is my Grandma doll. Her jumper is made from one of my old skirts...in fact her dress is also made from one of my old skirts. This one has gone to Denmark.
Cut them off into jean shorts (when jean shorts are in fashion) or toss them in the trash? Believe it or not, you have way more than these two options when it comes to upcycling old jeans! These 12 denim DIY home decor ideas make me want to re-do my whole world (forever) in blue jeans! 1. Stitch, hot-glue
12-12 Fanny's Favorite.The first record of today’s block is probably in 1909 from Clara Stone, when it was called Diamond Ring. Following this, the block was published by the Ladies Art Company under its more common name, Fanny’s Favorite (#464, 1922). Hall also used this name in 1935. Nancy Cabot published it under two different names: My Favorite (1933) and Old Favorite. In 1938, it was published by Needlecraft Supply as Grandma’s Choice.