The pictures this week aren`t the greatest so bare with me while I explain. This week`s challenge is to use a length of ribbon to meander along a seam. Usually I use beads to attach the ribbon but whatever you want to experiment with is great. In the first picture (above) is a good example of what I mean when I say the ribbon is meandering. It isn`t just going in a straight line - rather it wanders a bit and can loop around or fold - all of which gives it some nice textural interest. Before anyone gets excited about how wonderfully I beaded down this ribbon,,,, nope, it came with the beads already on it. It would be a better example if it was actually on a seam but we`ll have to use our imagination a bit here. On this second example, again unfortunately not actually on a seam, the ribbon is sewn down under the roses. The ribbon is just sewn on straight here and I don`t like it as much as the first one which has more interest I think. So, likely everyone has seen the technique I am ta
I have lots of posts on embroidery, needlework and crazy quilting. Right now, in the time of Covid pandemic, my interests have turned to living frugally, gardening, cooking, etc. A regular Suzie Homemaker!