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Friends are kisses blown to us by Angels


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I was inspired to do this design by the knowledge of what wonderful friends I have. I have friends that so special to me they are Angels from Heaven. Every swirl of an Angels blown kiss that I stitched reminded me of the beauty of each friendship. I love the shimmer of the threads, especially when whipped and the shine from the beads - subtle and not over done. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY HAND STITCHING KNOW HOW: Whipped back stitch Blanket stitch French knot Slip stitch/blind hem Fly stitch Basic stitching is advantageous however all stitching instructions are included. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished size approximately 31.5 x 42 cm 1/4 inch seam allowance is included in all measurements

Supplies Needed

  • Plain block (main background) - colour 1 - 4 x (6.5 x 6.5) inches Nine patch block - colour 2, 3, 4, 5 - 4 x (2.5 x 10) inches - one strip of each colour Border - colour 6, 2 x (2.5 x 15.5) and 2 x (2.5 x 22.5) inches Binding - 2 x 94 inches (the full length of binding strip) Backing - 15.5 x 26.5 inches Hanging sleeve - 7 x 23 Wadding - 15.5 x 26.5 inches Angel: fabric scraps for skin (face, arms and legs), wings, hair, and dress 7 beads approx 4 mm Embroidery threads DMC 336 (eyes), DMC 221 (mouth), DMC 5288 and DMC 221 (one thread of each for wording), DMC 5288 and DMC 225 (swirls) Fusible webbing Sewing thread
  • Pencil or water soluble marker, pins, needle, scissors, rotary cutter (optional), sewing machine. HANDY EXTRAS, BUT NT ESSENTIAL: Rotary cutter, cutting board and ruler, light box

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I first got started crafting with my Mum and Grandma. Grandma taught me to knit, which was some feat with me being a lefty, and I remember Mum teaching me macramé. There it began and has certainly flourished