This is the back of the book.
My original plan was to work a variety of flower stitcher foot flowers all over the cover but that was not to be as it didn't like the shiny surface of the organza, but I managed to sneak a few in to decorate the spine but working them on kunin felt and then burning the felt away. I hand stitched it in place and daren't inspect the stitching in a good light as it was worked last night in artificial light.
The best thing about this way of working is that there is no need to line the cover as it becomes reversible.
Umm! what shall I do next?
It is lovely! You are so clever and inventive.
I'm sure you'll think of something Heather. I do like your cover - just goes to show itis always worth keeping those samples.
gorgeous Heather. love your flower stitched spine. all looks very touchy-feely.
What a beautiful little item - well done you!
It's just beautiful Heather :-)
Beautiful Heather, you must be really pleased with this!
Love it Heather and what a great way to use up all of your tangled and left over threads.
WOW! that is brilliant!!!!!!!
I am so glad you didn't throw this away, it's beautiful!
What a beautiful book.
Absolutely lovely heather. The circles on the spine look fantastic. I love fabric made from all those spare snippets.
This is really lovely Heather.
Your little Flower Book is absolutely beautiful Heather, and I love the leaves all around the edge. Didn't they work well!
Love it Heather,
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