Saturday, 20 April 2013

Colours of a butterfly

My little colours of a butterfly wall hanging is very nearly finished, all I have do is put something on the back , when I get something to hang it with.

It's the first time I have really designed something myself, it changed a few times as I went along, I tried to fit in a few different things, cross stitch, applique,patchwork and for want of a better word rustic hand quilting, some might call it not very even hand quilting but I'm going with rustic, I feel like being kind to myself.

I am looking forward to when it's up in my sewing room.

I off to play with a picture of it and make it the header of the blog, that is if I can get it to look right.

Bye for now
Shirley x

10 comments:

Sandra Sews said...

Your picture looks lovely, Shirley, and well done for finding out how to put it as the blog heading!! I haven't had an opportunity to find out how to do things like that (yet), it looks great!

Fiona said...

I love it - it looks fantastic and great as your new header.....
Hugz

Marilyn said...

Just love your new header. The wall hanging looks beautiful. Well done on designing it with so many different techniques.

Val Spiers said...

It looks great in the header. It will make a lovely hanging in your sewing room.

tales from a handmade home said...

Love it, it's so pretty.
kim

katherine said...

Looks fantastic. I really should have a play around and do something more with my blog one day too.

Wendy said...

well done, it's fabulous! It looks GREAT as your header!!

Crafty Jean said...

You have done a fantastic job designing your banner. I love it. Well done.

Crafty in the Med said...

Hello Shirley,

Great blog header,very effective. The butterfly stands out very well. I love the way you have represented several different crafts by using different methods and materials on your wall hanging.

I want to change my blog header too but it took me so long to get that image on it and the right size that I need a bit more motivation to find the time to change it.

Many thanks for your comments on my previous posts and I am always delighted that you find time to visit.

keep well

Amanda :-)

Busy Little Chicken said...

That is lovely!! I'm not sure I'd know how to make a picture of mine become my 'header' for my blog! Not very techy minded as far as the computer is concerned!! :)

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