Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Duck Soup and Embroidery

An addiction., not to duck soup.
I am addicted to embroidery in the same way that you get if you ever get a label maker.
You find yourself consumed by the need to label everything in sight.
Now, I just want to embroider, embroider, embroider...
But today I realised that I hadn't turned on my sewing machine or overlocker since
I started playing with my new baby.
So I sewed a skirt for my daughter...
Little Boozle 2010
(and then stuck an embroidery on it)
Little Boozle 2010
Pattern: Easy knit skirt from Duck Soup Originals at
Fabric: Raspberry and lime knit from Crafty Mamas
Embroidery: Matruschka Pimpinellskova from Huups


Peta said...

Tas the skirt is gorgeous, the embroidery really finishes it off.

Clodagh a.k.a. Isra said...

Tas it looks great. Did you do a satin stitch to attach it or a straight stitch all around the edge? Did you do the embroidery on some tear away stabilizer? I have heard of people using felt but then you would have to cut around the edge and I was thinking the felt would show?

Tas said...

Hey Clo. I attached it with a small zigzag. I am kinda making this up as I go along at the moment until I learn more. But this was an applique embroidery done onto felt (that beige colour you can see around the edge?)

Clodagh a.k.a. Isra said...

thanks, it looks great. Will try that as I am not great with the knits.

Gilly said...

I just love this Tassy - well done :)

Gill - That British Woman said...

that skirt is just so cute, someone is going to be very lucky being able to wear that.

Gill in Canada

kanishk said...

it looks great.

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