Some amazing photographs have hit the Fun Friday Tute (FFT) 2015 photo folder over on StitchMAP! It's fun to see the results when a stitcher puts his/her own spin on a project!
On this mini-weaving, Caroline W. pulled her colors from Scripture, and then she backed the piece with a long piece of black felt so she could use it for a bookmark in her bible!
Isn't that clever? Love the color combination!
Ann S. didn't make just one . . . she got really creative and made THREE!
Check out the detailing with the beads. Isn't that nifty embellishing and a good way to use up an odd bead or two from your stash? Ann was also very gracious to walk our members through her process, pointing out the things she did differently as she moved from piece-to-piece. It's always educational when a member shares this way. It really helps some of us to better understand an artist's process.
And speaking of process, check out this darling adaptation from Suz C.:
Precious, no? The tiny tatted lace flower, the buttonhole lace edge trimming, and bullion handles make this little weaving a darling handbag for a special doll! If a chain were slipped through the handles it would even make a sweet pedant.
There's still time for you to make your own woven piece! The instructions can be found HERE. If you're a StitchMAP member, make sure you upload a photo of your finished project to the group's FFT 2015 folder. If you're not a member of the group, send a photo of your finished project HERE so we can feature it on the blog. Or better yet, why not click on photo of the little girl stitching on the sidebar and join us at StitchMAP?
Until next time, remember: any day spent stitching, is a good day!