A big thanks to Denise for hosting and organizing this blog hop!
Almost all my projects use wool or WoolFelt, so I could post a lot of pictures of things I've made. But instead, I'll just refer you to my Etsy shop, and you can see a lot of my work there.
For my first project for this hop, I decided to do something that would use up some of the wool scraps I have in my stash. I designed a very simple candle mat, which measures 12" square, and is all hand-stitched:
For my second project, I stitched up this pincushion which also uses scraps from my stash.
It's an amalgamation of various traditional floral block patterns I've seen. I just put the elements that I liked together, and I'm pretty happy with how it came out. It measures 6" square and is hand stitched with some Valdani floss I had on hand. It's going to be a gift for someone on my holiday list!
I will make the tutorial/patterns for both of these projects available for free on my blog after the hop is over.
Be sure to visit the other talented people on today's list!
Here's the link to the free pattern I promised during the "Pin It" Blog Hop. Just click on the image to access the .pdf file, which is also listed under "Free Patterns/Tutorials" on the left side of this blog.
The pattern shows you how to make all three flower types.
Here we are in another great blog hop. Thanks to Madame Samm and Kristen for all their organizing and cheerleading!
For this blog hop I've designed a trio of floral pincushions. They're all formed by gathering WoolFelt over wide-mouth Mason Jar lid rims. The rims make it very easy to stuff! The flowers are made from WoolFelt as well, and they're all stitched with DMC floss. I will be making a free pattern available on my blog after the hop has ended. The pattern will be for all three styles of flowers. I hope you like them!
Be sure to visit the other talented folks on today's list:
The pattern is now available for my Pumpkins on the Vine Table Runner, which appeared in the Sept. issue of Create & Decorate Magazine. It's in .pdf format only, and listed in both my Etsy and Craftsy shops.