The plastic container below is about 4" deep and is overflowing. This is my in house stash.
I find that always having different leaves available I'm never short of inspiration for my weekly stitching.
This week I used a leaf that I picked from a hedge in Tacoma, WA last June on our way back to our car from my Grandsons graduation. It had been in the pile of leaves being pressed and when I pulled it out the pattern on it amazed me, it didn't look like that when I brought it home.
I printed on to fabric treated for my ink jet printer, put misty fuse on the back, cut it out and fused it to a yellow hand dyed fabric.
There are now 7 rows of leaves.
Daily Stitching updates
Geeli prints #285-291
Only 4 more rows to go!
Shades of orange #212-218
I did add more stitching to the hands this week and I'm calling it done. I made each hand all three colors instead of just one.
The Makers Hands