This book has been made with love. It was designed and has been hand stitched by me. Very labour intensive !! The pages are made with vintage quilt, textiles, lace and buttons. I have added 3 tiny pockets in which I have placed some original ‘scraps’ The poem is, of
Hand embroidered words, You are the wind beneath my wings. The fabric I found inside a 19th century quilt. It was literally falling to pieces, so I unpicked and saved what I could. Also added lots of slow-stitching. Frame measures 11″ square. Price includes uk post.
This frame measures 11″ square. The fabric was unpicked from a worn old Victorian quilt. I embroidered the words ‘if I lay here……..’ and it is attached to a piece of vintage linen. UK postage is included in price.
Round box 3″ high and 5″ across. Ideal for decorating. Filled to the brim with items to inspire. Quilt pieces, vintage fabric pieces, lace, embroidery, hankie, music, stamped linen, vintage playing card, buttons, wood heart, Victorian scraps, printed pages, illustrations, glass crystal drop, brooch back etc. PLEASE NOTE – CONTENTS
Book is made using vintage quilt and textiles. It is entirely hand stitched. Lots of pockets inside for your own little treasures. Each pocket contains a little gift. Measures 6×5″ Finished with a lace tie and tiny key. UK post is included in price.
Beautiful book made with vintage/antique quilt pieces. Each page has a pocket and folder for your little keepsakes. I have filled the pockets with lace, buttons, kensitas silk flower, old playing card, wooden heart etc etc. Entirely handstitched. Exclusive. My price includes uk postage. For overseas, please contact.
Sweet little book made with vintage quilt and lace. Lots of Pearl’s and sparkle which are difficult to show in photographs. Book measures just 3 x 2″ and comes in a little box. All entirely hand stitched. Embroidered words have been added. The lace was originally from collars or dress
Moon gazing hare made with vintage fabrics. Most unpicked from inside a quilt which my great grandmother had made. It was literally falling to pieces so I have patiently unpicked and saved what I can. Very emotional when I thought about my unpicking tiny stitches my great gran had made.