Tuesday, July 28, 2009

An embroidered needlecase

My SAGA chapter quickly needed a chapter program so I jumped in and said I would do it. What could I do that I that would work up quickly and I could write instructions for quickly? I made a sweet little needle case using the teeny tiny eyelets, bullion loop flowers and granito leaves tutorials.

These are all elements that I posted tutorials for here for my legions of faithful readers. So sometimes there is a value to having a blog. I took new pictures for the granito leaves, I will edit that tutorial later today or tomorrow. And speaking of pictures, I was able to "write" the directions using photos instead of drawings.

For the materials, I used some linen left over from some previous projects, a piece of lawn in my stash and some left over doctor's flannel. Check with your favorite heirloom supplier for similar supplies. I think it worked up kind of sweet. I do realize that my embroidery "design" ( use that term loosely) is not 100% centered, but I was okay with it as a class sample.

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