Gay Ann Rogers

Gay Ann Rogers

Needlework Designer/Teacher

Needlework Designer/Teacher

 

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July 24, 2017

Above is the map of how far Queendom Website has traveled,

nice for MacSoph and me, but doubly nice because it shows that needlework is indeed alive and well right round the world.

 

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Stash Castle

My World of Needlework

 

So far here are the designs that people have requested I bring back in August.

 

Do you have a favorite?

Do you have other requests?

 

 

 

Coming in August

 

I would like to have a very small sale in August. Its purpose: so that my shipper will have the experience of juggling more than one design before E-Week in October.

 

These are all designs that people have requested. Do you have a favorite among them?

 

If you have requests, please email me:

GayAnnRogers@me.com

Scroll down for more design possibilities for a small August Sale

One of Many Glittering Diamonds

Glittering Diamonds is a three part Mystery I did years ago and it has had two requests for me to bring it back

 

If you click on the photo, you will see a variety of Glittering Diamonds. They are all from the same pattern, but the stitcher chooses the options.

It is something like Mystery in a Corner.

Button Doll

When I was travel-teaching Button Doll was a very popular design for me. I stitched it in London one summer after I'd been to Bethnal Green (child's annex of the V&A)and saw the Peddler's Dolls with their wares on their skirts. Button doll has 33 tiny buttons sewn to her skirt, hat and at her collar. I used colorful little antique buttons but I've also seen her stitched with modern little buttons. These days it is easy to find the antique buttons on eBay.

 

I discovered I have a handful of the original kits, with the old Anchor Pearl Cotton and matching Needle Necessities. I have kits in blue (as mine is stitched), purple and green.

Note about Button Doll:

I made my Peddler Doll to hold buttons, but she could carry any miniatures: sewing tools, knitting accessories, to name two.

My first ever geometric is now 29 years old. I celebrated its 25 anniversary four years ago by designing three new friends for it.

Now I have had a request for its return and a photo from Carol B. of a brighter Santa Fe Square.

 

Mystery with a Little Bit of Glitz

This mystery changes so much that I sometimes have trouble recognizing it.

 

The example on the left is one of my favorite and I'm sorry, I don't have a record of the stitcher's name.

 

On Monday I will add some different examples of Mystery with a Little Bit of Glitz.

Summer Solstice Series

 

Above; Treasured Remebrance Cameo Sampler

On left: Plus Grand Cameo Sampler

Downton Abbey

Deco Lady

Although in the shape of a purse, this is a framed design. Most of the beads are vintage and therefore limited.

 

Cottage Hearts: on the left a thatched roof cottage

on the right, a Georgian House.

 

Cranfield House

A traditional sampler with a Georgian House.

Pattern only.

 

Flowers, Hearts and a Peacock

I have sold and sold this, but I still receive requests for it.

I would sell the pattern only.

 

On the left: the original sampler;

Below left: colorized in blue.

 

 

Scissors Angels (small sewing cases for scissors.

Top photo: fronts (the little angels are beads and pearls)

Bottom photo: backs, with pockets for very small scissors.

 

In foraging, I found 3 kits for each, that's all I have.