Sew Mimi.K

embroidered crocheted washer

Embroidering onto crochet

There is something about the end of the day that makes me want to reach for some yarn rather than sit at the sewing machine. Perhaps it's the quietness of the click of the knitting needles, or the silence of the moving crochet hook that is soothing and peaceful - perhaps it's the feel of the soft yarn when I'm tired. Whatever the reason is, I like to have a yarn project to pick up at night when the day and I are slowing down.


Embroidery inchie sampler part 3

stem stitch, lazy daisy, cross stitch & blanket stitch

I'm a little surprised that the embroidery sampler is taking on a life of its own, in a good way. In the beginning I had ideas of what I would do, of how it would look, but having a contributing partner kind of throws all those expectations out the window ... and makes it much more exciting!

Moonlit Shawl

A snuggly finish 

One Moonlit Shawl all ready to be draped deliciously, or cuddled close.




Purple butterfly quilt

The purple butterfly has flown away

The time came to set the butterfly quilt free, and I'm missing it already.

Embroidered inchies part 2

Almost halfway there 

Four squares and four different stitches ....


stitchy inchies

Fancywork, embroidery, stitchery

When I was a child in North Queensland, part of our school curriculum in year 4 (8-9 years old) was to create a "fancywork" sampler. Then as a young adult I did "embroidery". As an experienced lady - indulge me please , I now do "stitchery".
Fabric + needle + thread ... no matter what it's called, it is very dear to my heart and I always hope to be able to do it in some form or another.


Bohemian crocheted granny cushion

Yarn love, scrappy love, colour love

This cushion has it all for me. 


© Sew Mimi.K

This site uses cookies from Google to deliver its services - Click here for information.

Blogger Template Created by pipdig