Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Su's Busy Bee Sewing Case

Susan M (Su) from the Cumbria region of Great Britain sent me these photos of her Busy Bee Sewing Case.

Su wrote, I stitched this some time ago now and I'm afraid as I always do I change colours etc, I used Kaallund Silk thread to stitch it all.

I'm quite excited as I have plans to stitch ''Maidens of the Sea' later this spring to put into the exhibition at Fobbles in July as they are having a sea theme going on this year for one of the displays.


sewing case front

sewing case back

sewing case inside
Isn't this sweet with all of Su's wonderful "bee things"? I'm hoping to meet her in person (and also see her lovely work in person) when I teach next May for Beverly at Fobbles.

Below is a photo of the outside of Fobbles. Isn't it charming? Thanks, Beverly, for letting me post the photo here.

8 comments:

Margaret said...

Beautiful stitching! And lucky you, getting to go to the UK and Fobbles! I'm envious!

Susimac said...

Oh thankyou Ellen for showing my work, its such an honour to be on your blog.

I'm so excited about meeting you next year, it will be so fun

Cari-in-VA said...

Beautiful stitching and the finish is just wonderful.

Laurie in Iowa said...

Beautiful stitching. TFS Su! Oh Ellen... how lovely to be going back to England and teaching a workshop at Fobbles.

SimplyStitchingintheGarden said...

Hi Ellen, love the picture of Fobbles, here about it and now it is nice to see a picture.

Also, just love all those Flamigos!!!

Sheila said...

Su´s Busy Bee sewing case is beautiful.
I hope you are going to teach at Fobbles at the end of May, if so, I may be able to come too. I visited the shop last year and it is FABULOUS!!!

Nancy said...

Su's work is always just beautiful and such a joy to see! In person it's even prettier!

Ellen said...

Sheila,

The Fobbles event is a definite for May 2011. Won't that be a lovely time of year to be in the Lake District, but then I love the UK anytime of the year.

You can contact Beverly for details as they become available.