Needlework

by brae  

Some images in this post can be clicked to view larger.  To see a list of posts showing details on how I made things or what materials I used, click this link.  I have a post on punchneedle tip and tricks as well as finishing a French knot rug.

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Prairie rug - punchneedle adapted from Mitchell's Interiors original - work in progress

Bees and Trees - French knot kit by Teresa Layman

Blue Medallion rug, chart provided by Jorge Cubells

Bedding pillows, pillowcases and accent pillows - most available in my etsy shop

Navajo rug - Natalia Frank design based on a Navajo original weaving

Janet Granger custom rug

Modern flower rug - Thomas Paul Parasols

Llama rug - Brenda Keyes design

Orange Tree tapestry - Brenda Keyes design

Mackintosh chair covers - Sue Hawkins design

Faux crochet afghan - some styles available in my etsy shop

9 comments

Comment from: Ann [Visitor]

I’m really loving these recap posts… also.. the Parasols rug is just to die for. I wish I can have something like that in 1:1!

04/15/11 @ 15:37
Comment from: brae [Member]  

Thanks! I just wanted something more user friendly for viewing past projects. I had the posts links on the sidebar, but my blogging platform doesn’t show any photos with that…and everyone loves eye candy! :D

04/15/11 @ 17:07
Comment from: Keli Minick [Visitor]

Yup, we all love eye candy. Perhaps I’ll do some recap posts too, during the months I’m keeping the Spring Fling under wraps, it’s a great idea.

I love your needlework, I wish I had that kind of patience with needle and thread. I saw some nice work at the St. Louis miniature show that I drooled over, but the artist was selling kits only, not finished pieces, so I passed.

04/18/11 @ 05:33
Comment from: christine [Visitor]

You have exquisite taste, Brae :)

06/23/11 @ 12:07
Comment from: brae [Member]  

Thank you!

06/23/11 @ 15:27
Comment from: Virginia [Visitor]

This post reminds me of the needlepoint rug my aunt made for my mother’s dollhouse. My mom designed the house to be an 1830’s Baltimore ship’s captain’s house and spent years decorating it. She would have loved to see this blog.
Thanks!

01/08/13 @ 08:30
Comment from: brae [Member]  

Thank you! :D

01/08/13 @ 22:55
Comment from: Penny McAllister [Visitor]

Brae, I love your Macintosh dining room. Did you make the furniture?

03/27/13 @ 18:25
Comment from: brae [Member]  

Thanks, Penny! :D The furnishings were made for The Dolls House Emporium. They have been discontinued, but they still show up on eBay from time to time.

03/27/13 @ 18:51