As usual, we’re overdue for that awesome time where we see what amazingness has been filling up the flickr pool lately. Let’s have a look at what’s shown up since our last roundup…
1.2.Stitcharoo has hand stitched this beautiful and slightly twisted little alphabet piece called “C is for Conjoined” using the Two Headed Girl design. I just adore the detail of the stitching.
Bathina took our Parisian postcard pillow tutorial to heart and created this amazing and gorgeous version of her own, complete with matching Parisian Bee pillow.
Howard Avenue stitched up an awesomely geeky camera strap complete with ctrl alt delete design and matching liner. If you’re going to rock the camera strap in style, geeky embroidery is the way to do it.
I want to know everything about this Alice in Wonderland tea time jacket from strikkeknits, including how can I make one of my own? I bet you’re wondering the same thing.
I’ll see if I can find out.
Adorable is the name of the game for this cute little gift pack from Giliell.
She created this little package from a friend who’s expecting, complete with all kinds of little monsters, including a little sea monster who just wants to be friends, a monster in training, and of course, a little monster plush. Lucky friend!
Missing your daily dose of vegetables? donmark26 made this to make sure at least you can carry around adorable veggies, even if you’re not nomming on them.
My World’s a Stage lost the color but kept the elegance of the new Parisian series, making this absolutely gorgeous monochromatic tee. This looks so chic!
I’m seriously eyeballing some of my grey tees and thinking they need to look a bit more French…
Valentonia is whipping up something extra cute for the kitchen, with these adorable designs from the Kitchen Engravings series. Yum!
Finally, there’s a wonderfully touching story to this beautiful Strength pillow from Erica, who made it for her mum on Monther’s Day. Erica says…
“We recently found out that my dad (a leo) has a terminal illness. This embroidery design was perfect for a pillow that would be easy for her to move/carry around to be with her when she needed it.”
Truly inspiring, and an amazing gift. Thanks for sharing Erica.
Thanks to all the crafty folk to share their stitches with us in our Urban Threads flickr pool! It’s such a treat to see all the amazing an inventive ways people are using the designs. Want to see more? Check out all our flickr roundup posts for even more inspiration.
Do you want to see your stuff featured in a roundup? Upload it to our flickr pool or e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org, and you could see your stuff on StitchPunk.