After a long absence, I am back! I have been very busy lately. Although I haven’t posted for a while, I did some brick stitch when I had time. I found many cute Russian nested dolls on Pinterest, so here is an overview.
Continue reading Various matryoshkas in Miyuki beads
The Sydney Opera is an iconic building known all over the world. When you think of Sydney or even Australia, this architecture jewel comes to your mind. Here is my interpretation in Miyuki beads, as part of my Australian collection. Continue reading Sydney Opera in Miyuki beads
June 16 is Vegemite Day! To celebrate this Australian invention here is my take of this famous spread in Miyuki beads, as part of my Australian collection. Since mini is trendy, I also made a tiny version of the Vegemite.
Continue reading Vegemite brick stitch for Vegemite day!
For my collection of brick stitch creations inspired by Australia, I had to make one map of Australia! I added a red bead for Sydney, where I live I love the result with those colours, simple yet sophisticated. Continue reading Map of Australia in Miyuki beads
No Australian creation today, but a watermelon in brick stitch 🙂 I have found several patterns of watermelon slices but not a whole one, so here it is!
Continue reading Whole watermelon in Miyuki pearls
After the Australian Aboriginal Flag, here is the flag of Australia in Miyuki beads. It is made of a Blue Ensign, a Union Jack, a Commonwealth Star and the Southern Cross constellation. Due to all its components, it is quite a big piece! Check it out 🙂
Continue reading The national flag of Australia
Some flowers to enliven this rainy Sunday in Sydney 🙂 A very simple and realistic hibiscus pattern by ailesetmoi. I love it so much, I made 3 hibiscuses in different Miyuki beads colours.
Continue reading Three hibiscuses by Ailesetmoi