Monday, September 28, 2020

New Wallhanging

This month I made a wallhanging using more pieces of cross stitch that my Dad stitched.

The wallhanging is about 28"x35". 


I made this one for my parents.


I free motion quilted it with Essential Pro thread from Connecting Threads.
I used a layer of cotton and a layer of wool batting so the wallhanging would be flat but puffy. I just stitched in the ditch around the pieces of embroidery.
The cross stitch designs are from the book Repertoire des Motifs by Valerie Lejeune.

Photos from around-

No wind.
Fall colours.
A couple of Yellowlegs in the pond (right edge).
Wrong end of a skunk
We scared a fox.

All the best!♥︎

5 comments:

Lady Locust said...

What a stunning piece! You are getting autumn - beautiful! And, I'm not so sure those are the types of critters you want hanging around, especially the south end of the one (heehee.)

PaintedThread said...

That is not a side of a skunk you want to see in person!!

That quilt is stunning. The cross stitch is neat, and the quilting is stunning. Your parents must love it.

sandi s said...

The wall hanging is beautiful!! I love the cross stitch. Hugs,

Cheryll said...

The quilting on your wall hanging is beautiful. I bet your parents love it.
Well done... xox

QuiltGranma said...

Beautiful! Beautiful little quilt, scenery and foxy!

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