Then try embroidery on felt. It is so easy to stitch. I love how the threads glide through the felt saving my old, creaky hands. And it’s available in colors from bright to neutral. (As you can see from the felt used in the Folk Art Garden project from my new book, Joyful Stitching, I’m trying to bridge both camps.)
It doesn’t fray. I like to cut it with decorative rotary cutter blades to embellish my designs. The blades come in pinking, wave, and scallop. (A pinking blade was used around the edge of the Folk Art Garden project.)
Want to learn how to load those decorative blades on your rotary cutter handles? Check out this tutorial.
And the lucky winner lucky winner of a 45mm pinking blade used to make the Folk Art Garden project is Caroline P.
Congratulations! I’ll contact you soon.
Read more about the projects in Joyful Stitching here.