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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Wedding Memories Wallhanging

Wedding Memories Wallhanging

This is a very creative way to commemorate the wedding of a loved-one. You can make it as it is suggested here, or add more embroidery to match the desired look. Use an embroidery machine and PREMIER+™ 2 Embroidery Software to match your unlimited creativity. Read more in our Issue 46. Designed by Kerrin Brookes […]

Tree of Life Photo Frame

Tree of Life Photo Frame

As I was working on this project I was thinking of my mom and her life. The love of her family (children, grandchildren and great grandchildren) and her love of nature were a huge part of what made this woman such a special person. I wouldn’t be the creative spirit that I am today without […]

Joining In Part 3

Joining In Part 3

Over the last two issues, I have covered five ways to join yarns. In the first article, one of the joins I described was definitely not “grandma approved.” Grandma, who passed away in 1987, really had just two yarn joins in her repertoire – the butt join, described in the Summer 2017 issue and the […]

Autumn Splendor

Autumn Splendor

As a fibre artist, I work to develop compositions that convey my love of colour, texture and attention to detail. Part of my process is to examine my materials and explore the possibilities of using stitch to express a particular influence. I tried, in Indian Splendor tapestry, to demonstrate my connection to the colourful fibres […]

Harriet and Basil

Harriet and Basil

Oh how I love bunnies! I researched the symbolic meaning of bunnies and found they stand for abundance, comfort, and vulnerability. Now I understand why I love bunnies, I’m surrounded by an abundance of love from my six granddaughters and family. Bunnies do provide me with comfort, yet when I show my work to others […]