Monday, 3 August 2009

End of term show!

Hi all, i had great ideas to set up a slide show of the work from this year.....mmm, time has moved on and as usual technology is against me, so I will just upload the pics. instead! One day I will manage a slide show I promise.

* ironically, all these learners are S's, they are all different people, I will ask in the future if I can use there first names which will give the stitches much more credit - which is good I think.
**most of the felt for these projects have come from Kirstyfish and her shop here :-) Apart from the patchwork cushion, the felt for this is at least 20 years old and comes from shop window displays in John Lewis, a great bit of recycling- thanks to Pat Green for donating the felt to me!!

Anyway, here goes with the end of term show:
This is work in progress, but R is making small bags for her daughters, a lovely mix of applique and embroidery.

S was inspired by some pictures in Sew-hip magazine and this designer, she then made them up into a bag for her 2 year old daughter who parades around the house very S has to make something for her 6 year old son who is jelous!*

S. did a terms crafting and made the middle cushion, she then continued on her own with the two smaller cushions.....fab work S!! Her mum saw them and would like a set too so that's the project for September. S was really amazed at how much she enjoyed making these.*

This little owl or wol as S. likes to call him ( !!) has a lot of detail in him and S plans to stuff him and sit him on a perch.*
M. made this cushion for her daughter, Shannon did not believe that her mum was making this at all. I promise that she did it all by herself, in spite of the boys not always settling in the creche. Well done.

This is the finished cushion made by A. the stitching is beautiful, a lovely choice of contrasting colours and very neat stitching. This got a lot of "oooh's" in the Centre. Well done A.

1 comment:

  1. Ooooh great work, I love the wol and the circles cushion especially, lovely herringbone detail.

    Great to see this work, thanks
    and ps SLIDE is ever so easy...easy peasy