Tunisian finished product is a sturdy woven type of fabric,
very suitable for many of my projects.
But my latest discovery on Tunisian
is the Tunisian on the round. It is surprisingly easy! I've found this really good tutorial to learn how to make Tunisian on the round. I wanted to try it at once and made these bracelets in about an hour.
The green one was suppose to be a collar for Baby, my cat.
But that was a bad idea, just like all the other store bought collars she has! The scratches on my arms are proof to that!
You wear them!, that's what she seems to tell me. So... I decided to offer it to my brown bear
who holds my TV remote and wears it proudly, without a single complaint! So there you have it, miss Baby, spoiled brat!
I've also told you about I enthusiastic I was about these penny rugs.
So... I've made a couple more
this time specifically to be used as candle mats.
The first one is simply made out of small felt circles.
Each complete circle made out of 3 different sizes circles stitched together using a blanket stitch
and attached together by slip stitches in a hexagon shape. Each circle has a same color backing
which allows a perfect and clean finishing.
I really like the effect and think it works perfectly as a candle mat. The second one also is a candle mat and I REALLY like it!
I've designed an octagon on a red felt piece and made only eight complete circles plus one for the center. The red, green and brown gold make it perfect for Christmas time or not! Haha, I like it so much I can use it everyday! The backing... to clean finish the work...
... and then just glued down some crystals...
I do love how it came out about, don't you? I'll see you all later!