Fun(gi) Stitching

I just can’t seem to stop stitching on paper 😉

mushroom card

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8 thoughts on “Fun(gi) Stitching

  1. Suzy says:

    Love it! That is so cool!

  2. NatashaMay says:

    That is such a fun idea and it looks fabulous! 🙂

  3. Thanks for visiting my blog. I’ve only just started reading yours, but its jolly interesting. You obviously keep youself, and your kids very busy. Look forward to reading more about what you get up to.

  4. Andria says:

    Love the fungi! Is it getting easier? I’d like to try some stitching like that myself.

    • vivjm says:

      Yep, it is getting easier (I don’t forget to lower the free motion foot as often anyway, so less big bunches of unruly thread on the back ;-))

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