Wednesday, 30 December 2020

Guest Designer Sue

 


Hi, I’m Sue, married with two grown up children and three lovely grand-daughters. I have been crafting since I was a teenager and have been a knitter and dressmaker, have done patchwork, embroidery and applique wall hangings among other things. Since 2007 I have made cards, starting with iris folding and going on from there.  I love learning new techniques. About 18 months ago I learnt how to weave yarn flowers from knitting wool and find it really relaxing. For just over a year I have been blogging about this hobby, which has been great fun, but quite demanding, coming up with a new project to make every week.



To me, decorating for Christmas means sparkle and shine, tinsel and baubles, red and gold, so I decorated a simple polystyrene cone to make an over the top Christmas tree. Tinsel yarn is so much fun for weaving flowers. 


Wow, Thank You Sue. It's a lovely Christmassy Project and I recommend others having a peek at your blog to see some of your other beautiful creations and how you created this fantastic tree.

2 comments:

ionabunny said...

Wow, beautifully blingy. Popping over to check out your blog. Remember, what you do is always new for someone. Like me. Hugz

Craftyfield said...

Fabulous project, Sue! It's a great centrepiece idea for the dining table! Thanks for sharing with us on the Country View Challenge blog.