We’ve now reached the end of the stitching that was to be done on the Lizzie Wallet. All the pieces are completed, ready to get on with the finishing process!
This section was the last one on the wallet itself! We’ve added the leaf (to pin needles to), we’ve stitched the pocket, and the strap. Off to stitch the scissor fob next 😉
We’ve now started working on the inside of the Lizzie Stitching Wallet, with a couple of lisianthus flowers.
The outside cover of the Lizzie Stitching Wallet is complete, with a pretty mirror effect!
We’ve now filled the central section of the piece we’re working on. This will be the back of the wallet.
We moved on to the two vertical borders which will be the “hinges” of the wallet. They’re a feast of special stitches and threads!
The first panel of the Lizzie stitching wallet is now complete – here are some great pictures of sections 1 & 2 together !!!!
Oh beads are soooo pretty ♥, but when it comes to ironing your stitching, they can turn quite ugly and spoil the effect if you don’t go about it carefully. Here’s how to keep your beads perfectly upright 🙂 Continue reading
Have you ever sewn a crystal or a button in the centre of a biscornu…? If so, then chances are you’ve experienced the frustration of 2 hands being insufficient to pinch the biscornu down AND stitch the centrepiece on tight enough! Here’s a way to do achieve this, easy peasy lemon squeezy style 🙂 Continue reading