Just couldn’t wait to get started, so after reading through the instruction booklet twice, I set to on what I considered to be the easiest part of the project. The tail of Jenny Wren is worked in wool, silk and goldwork on tweed. It was a lovely day, with lots of great light to sew by…..
However working with tweed does hold a few problems – it is a rather hairy fabric and the fibres are easily caught up in the gold purl and bright check. After the addition of spangles and beads the tail was finished. Next steps…. the wings!
For more details on this beautiful Jenny Wren Kit by Jenny Adin Christie……click here.
Also arriving in the post today was a new set, or 3, of Tulip needles. If needles could look sexy….then here we are!
Happy sewing to all…..