Category Archives: Miniature Carpets & Rugs

Introducing . . .

Because I seem to favour clothing with ridiculously small (if any) pockets, and after a few close calls in the bathroom, I decided I needed this for my phone. You wear it like a cross-body bag under or over a jacket. My phone measures 7cm x 14cm (2 3/4″ x 5 1/2″) and fits nicely. If your phone is bigger you can easily extend the border to your required size.
Completed Telephone Booth Pocket on a String
Also I am releasing another new miniature carpet. River Road Vineyard is based on the first dollhouse carpet I ever designed over twenty years ago and features grapes and vine leaves on a cream and blue background.

Presenting: Beckside West and Spot

Fiesta, my first Couch Critter, now has a friend, Spot. I loved stitching him with all the bright colours. (Couch Critters can be stitched as a small animal shaped cushion or framed as a picture.)
Beckside West carpetAlso, this is my new miniature carpet – Beckside WestBeckside West.

Quick Catch Up

Since I last posted – it’s been a while, I know – I’ve finished Spot, my second Couch Critter, plus Beckside West, my latest mini carpet. Both of these should be released soon, all going well. Today I’ve started stitching my next BrightSea Village Extra. (All guesses welcome.)

Bon Appetit! Plus: Introducing Svendborg

The Starfish Restaurant is now open for business! I hope collectors of BrightSea Village will enjoy stitching this one as much as I did.

Also, I absolutely sped through stitching Svendborg so I’m releasing my new dollhouse carpet pattern today too.

I am now working on the next BrightSea Village addition and I’ve been wanting to stitch this on so badly. If you’ve stitched a few BrightSea Village patterns you might have guessed that I like cats. There are always some lurking around. So now I am working on . . . Mr.Jinx’s Home For Retired Cat Ladies!

The Starfish Restaurant – Opening Soon

I’m on the final side of BrightSea Village’s restaurant. Of course I’m already looking forward to my next project and have my fabric and cottons picked out in anticipation.

Happy stitching!