Hugette has made a beautiful rendition of An Oriental Afternoon. The pieced blocks are a perfect border around the scene. I’m going to remember this because it is a fantastic way to make use of small pieces of fabric that are too good to throw away! Great Project Hugette!
Donna did a beautiful and very decorative Under the Sea Wall Hanging. I asked her about whether she had quilted through to the backing and this is her response:
I inspected and did not do any quilting after I put the backing on. It is loose. There was already so much stitching on the top that I did not do anymore There was fusible fleece under the top when I did all the stitching on it. Donna
I think this is fine for large heavy wall hangings! Especially when you have added things like beads, buttons, shells and crystal. If after finishing you project, the backing seems too loose, just ad a few hand stitches here and there to hold it in place.
I’ve attached two jpgs of a quilt I made last year for our local quilt show. It contains a Geisha panel and six Geisha heads from your sets, and on the back is a set of larger Samurai warriors. It won second place in the wall hanging category! It hangs with a bamboo rod.
“I’m an embroidery fan from The Netherlands for 2 years now and finally dare to make one of those fine projects I see on your website.
After learning about embroidery en purchase a machine (Pfaff Creative Vision) and lots of try outs I now finisched a quilt from your site.
I thought maybe you like to see that even in Europe people love your artistic projects.
So here – bye…
Tiny sent me these photos in April of 2014. I’ve kept them through all the starts and stops of finding a good way to display our customers work. Thank you Tiny – you did a fantastic job. I can’t believe you were just starting to embroider back then!!