I am constantly seeing things that inspire me to try to stitch them - do you? It seems like these ideas are everywhere around us and I am continually taking photos so I will remember them later. This feature wall on the exterior of the Royal Albert Museum in Edmonton has me thinking of stitching the ancient pictographs of the aboriginal people of Alberta. Perhaps a visit to Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park is in order to do more research! At the EAC National Seminar this year, the fruit trees at SAIT were in full bloom but early in the week we awoke to a spring snow. The juxtaposition of the spring blossoms weighed down with a blanket of winter snow appealed to me - typical Alberta weather! What about the hinge on this door from the oldest builting at SAIT? Don't you love the dragon? I wish there was more of this kind of whimsical detail in modern architecture! I think a thread painted magpie will be a project in the near future. Everytime I see one
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!