Posted on 4th Jul 2013 @ 11:58 AM
The collection of insects, worked in a variety of techniques, can be mounted in a specimen box, or applied to other embroideries. The specimens include a bumble bee with detached wings and a fluffy body; a dragonfly with a beaded body and gauzy wings; a beetle with its raised elytra worked in metallic needlelace; and a cricket with a snakeskin body and long, wrapped-wire legs. This design measures 14cm square.
If you are at a loose end in Brisbane, why not register now?
If you are not free this weekend, or are not in Queensland, never fear, Jane will be teaching in both Australia and the USA over the coming months. All her classes are listed on the Classes 2013 page of the website.