Show and Tell 13 July 2020

Guild members are continuing to produce a huge variety of work. It’s nice to see the progress being made on items, whether slowly or very fast! Although there are no dog photos this week, who knows what the future may bring?

Alison A has been inspired by a plant she has seen growing on local Mount Majura

Catherine M is working on some lovely small bullion rose motifs

Cathy M continues to work on her crewel work.

Elvi McC has had framed this beautiful piece as a gift for her sister. You can’t tell so well in the photo, but the frame really highlights the gold in the embroidery.

As if Fran didn’t have enough work on the go, this work in progress is a reverse applique pond.

Gloria S is working on some Aztec inspired embroideries.

Kathy P is continuing her cross stitches of window views.

Liz C is continuing work on this very cute caravan.

Lynden Y is continuing her work on her very first stumpwork piece. Lots of learning involved, but it is coming along nicely. The scary cutting is to come.

Prue D has started work on a canvaswork glasses case

Sarah K took advantage of puppy nap time to cut out her hardanger. Her husband says she took a perfectly good piece of material and cut it to pieces! Sarah says now she just has to remember how to do the needle weaving!

Tracey K has produced a very hungry caterpillar for a baby shower that her daughter is attending. That is a lot of bullions, but very effective.

Trish P is almost finished each of the motifs and ready to stitch the lines between.
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