It's hard to believe that my journey in heirloom sewing and smocking has culminated so wonderfully five years since I first re-discovered my love of needlework. No matter how much I have learned throughout the years (and that would be well over 1/2 a century), I still learn new things every day. You can imagine, therefore, how thrilled I am and how honored I feel to have one of my little bishops featured in Sew Beautiful Magazine's Spring 2014 Issue, #154. Nothing, nothing at all could have made my heart sing more than seeing this adorable little model wearing a piece of my work!
|What an infectious smile!!|
|Those gorgeous eye-lashes!!!|
On a very sad note, however, Sew Beautiful Magazine will no longer be issued after the Fall issue this year. Back issues are still available and I can't emphasize enough what a wealth of information they all contain for fine sewers and embroiders everywhere. Please pick up a copy at your local news-stand or craft store and let the publishers know how valuable their work in heirloom sewing and smocking would be for future generations to come!
For additional information and education in smocking, please visit the Smocking Arts Guild of America.