Ruthie bids farewell to the Bluebird as she and Joseph head into the Enchanted Forest.
The lower back panel is complete. Here are lots of details.
A big step in the process never got recorded. What eventually became flowers on the right hand side started out being the trees in the center. I thought for sure I had a photo of it before I took it all apart.
There I go thinking again.
As I start to couch the hills between the trees I realize stitching would be much easier in a frame
Many of the hillocks are in place.
Here is a glimpse of my secret weapons for stuffing my tiny figures. I snipped the top of the eye off of large, long darning needles. (Wear safety goggles!) I wrapped the pointed end in masking tape to provide a handle.
The best mini stuffing tool.
Here you can see where the hinges will go.
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What a wonderful panel, full of life and colour. I'm very taken with your mini stuffing tools - I must remember that for some of the projects I have planned!ReplyDelete
beautiful sew much to see and admire, great idea for the stuffing tool tooReplyDelete
I can't imagine all the hours that have gone into that fascinating panel. I love the stuffing tool.ReplyDelete