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Friday, September 04, 2009

More Dorset Button Madness

The madness continues. First, we have . . . dare I call it an embroidery???? My first ever piece of stitching anyway so don't look too closely! I had the idea to make a penny farthing out of the Dorset Buttons. Two Dorset buttons with only a bit of the centres filled in are the wheels and I stitched beads in for the seat, pedals, cogs and handlebar.

Next, a Halloween ornie.

Then one for the tree. This is almost 3" in diameter.

And one more Xmas ornie. Another snowflake but, this time, a Swarovski crystal one.


  • At 9:21 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I love the buttons!!!!

    Design a great day,
    Janet M. Davies - New Zealand

  • At 9:52 pm, Blogger Lady Euphoria Deathwatch said…

    Hi Knit Yoga,

    Embroidery or textile art? This is just beautiful. Well done.

    You have me wanting to give it a try.

    Hugs, Euphoria

  • At 10:16 pm, Blogger kathryn said…

    They are so clever! Beautiful!

  • At 7:33 am, Blogger carolinej said…

    What a lovely colourful blog entry to wake up to this morning :o) They are really pretty. Well done you!!!

    cj x

  • At 1:18 pm, Blogger acrylik said…

    Wow, the penny farthing is fabulous! And the ornament buttons are a wonderful idea, they're going to look fabulous on your tree this winter :)

  • At 4:57 pm, Blogger Daisy said…

    Wow, for someone who says they've not done it before those look very impressive!

  • At 2:18 pm, Anonymous Vicky said…

    I first heard about Dorset buttons a couple of weeks ago when someone at my knitting club mentioned that they'd like to make some. I'd not heard of them before. And now I come across your blog and you've made some too. They look great.

  • At 4:40 pm, Blogger Nicki Lee said…

    Hi Hazel,
    I LOVE your buttons! What a great idea! I'm so glad you posted on ART4Mail as I lost your email addy. I will have to add your blog to my favorites list.
    Nicki Lee

  • At 5:00 pm, Blogger NEEDLEWINGS said…

    LOVE your dorcet buttons! They are so creative! I did some for a swap awhile back and they were lots of fun to do.

  • At 6:40 pm, Blogger bathmate said…

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  • At 12:52 pm, Anonymous Dorset holiday cottages said…

    Your buttons are great! I just love to have one. Good that you're still doing it.


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