I'm experimenting with Dylon fabric paints. Here's a before and after of some Aïda embroidery fabrics I've died in pink.
I'm quite happy with the result.
And I'm making a cute handbag with it. Here's a scan I've made sofar. (the scan is poorly done, it looks so much better in real life)
I'm gonna cross-stitch some Squeezy's on it and embelish it with my new gliterari..
Here's a little scetch of how the handbag will look like..
Another miniature cross-stitch of a tree. (the Squeezy is hiding behind it)
I've got these amazingly cool glitterari in 8 different colors. This is a scan of the brown ones. (I've got purple, pink, yellow, blue, lilac, grey and black..)
And this chair is to die for.. It's a piece from the MET museum in NYC..
The front is covered with Irish stitch needlework and the back with a needlework landscape scene.
Easy Chair, 1758
Made by Caleb Gardner (d. 1761), Maker
American; Made in Northeast, Newport, Rhode Island, America
And 'What is a Friend?'
Bye butterflies, and remember: If it's broke, don't try to fix it.. :)