Rugs for Lydia’s doll’s house
The two photos below show two rooms in Lydia’s doll’s house with two of the mug rugs she bought from me at the King Harold Day in Waltham Abbey. I am grateful to Lydia for sending me the photos, personally I think the rugs complement the decor of both rooms so well!
Kiss a frog – find a prince?
I have made these frogs for a ‘Fairy-themed’ craft fair.
Crooked houses cushions
These two cushions show two different designs of crooked houses, the one on the left measures 11 x 11 inches (26 x 26 cm) and shows a number of houses together, while the one on the right measures 14 x 14 inches (36 x 36 cm) and shows one house surrounded by a tree.
The following cushions were made with Appliqué technique which is then quilted to add an embossed effect to the picture. They measure 10.5 inches (26 cm).
The following cushion measures 14 x 14 inches (36 x 36 cm) and shows several crooked houses on separate panels which are then sewn together.
This quilt was made to order by a client who wanted to have a quilt for her grandson as a present for his first Christmas.
The baby quilt below was made for little Aira who lives in Norway. It is called ‘Here comes the sun’ and was designed to remind Aira about the sunshine during those long winters in Norway.