Winter Wonderland progress

Project Description

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Crabapple Hill Studio: Winter Wonderland #408 Link to website or photo What are you most proud of? I knocked out all 10 red work scenes in 3 months. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Work on the scenes a little at a time.

What you will need

  • White cotton fabric
  • perle cotton thread
  • hoop to do the red work and various cotton fabrics for the border.

Q&A with Sugar n Spice

emthep asked:
Your work is outstanding. Love the embroidery...Something I don't like to do. Glad you like my work and I spend a lot of time in my little "sweatshop",cranking out quilts. I also work part time and volunteer.
Sugar n Spice answered:
Thank you! I picked up a few tips from my Grandmother years ago on the embroidery. I laughed at your sweatshop comment. That is exactly what I told my husband last night, 'I need to camp out in my sweatshop to crank out more quilt creations...Every compliment and comment is appreciated. I am pretty new at a lot of these things and want to earn respect of quilters and talented people, like you. I have so much to learn, yet am very eager to jump in. I admire you as a part time worker, a volunteer AND an excellent quilter.
Sewn Up, TeresaDownUnder asked:
Great work. I very much like combining quilting with embroidery.
Sugar n Spice answered:
Thank you. It was the first combination project of the two mediums I have done. I know there will be more!
teddybearcorner asked:
looks wonderful,i don't do a lot of the xmas work availible as they don't depict our Australian xmas,but i very much appreciate the work of others. Keep the stitcheries coming,you are appreciated.
Sugar n Spice answered:
Thank you! I recently found I really enjoy it! I will be happy to continue..what depicts an Australian Christmas? I would love to know~