I decided to set them together, using the scraps from the pillow I made for my mom earlier this month.
A little bit of quilting, both by hand and machine, holds the layers together.
This afternoon I'll be hand-stitching the binding down.
These redwork embroidery projects have been such an enjoyable way to do some slow stitching every evening during the holiday season! I'm really glad I found Gail Pan's book!
Wishing everyone a wonderful Christmas holiday!
Sharing at Quilting is more fun than Housework for Oh Scrap!
and at Kathy's Quilts for Slow Sunday Stitching.
I just love the redwork you've done, and that is a really pretty hanging. Glad you had some fabric left over from your Mom's pillow! That running stitch around the edges really sets it off.
Your redwork is spectacular! I know your Mom will love this! Well done! Hugs, Mickie
You really found some good patterns to get started with red work. Did you use muslin for the background-maybe you said before and I don't remember. I just love this piece!
Wonderful project, love it!!
I love the red work I don't know why I rarely do any as I really like them. I should get some patterns to do up Christmas pillows
It has been so much fun seeing your embroidery pieces come together! They are gorgeous and I just love the simplicity of the red & white!
What a great way to show off your embroideries! Love the running stitch
Your Redwork pieces came out lovely, Gail Pan's designs are so sweet and simply look wonderful as a wall hanging.
The red work turned out beautifully. It's my favourite form of embroidery! Merry Christmas
So pretty! Merry Christmas!
Another adorable Christmas project. I hope you are keeping this one for yourself. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!
Very cute! I hope to try some red work (or blue!) in the new year. Love how your little holiday quilt came out.
Oh I just love it! The red stitching is such a great idea!
I love red, I love redwork! I love the way you put these together to make a special little mini quilt. Merry Christmas!
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