Stitch and Bitch Amman

Making the most of the moth-holes







Felted up cashmere and wool jumpers from Abdali market, chopped up into squares and whip-stitched together…… and well, if left around the house (this house in particular) for long enough, moth holes come as complimentary.


Ivy was only going to accept the blanket if she could do something about all the holes (whereas I find them quite a charming, authentic, feature). And so for the first time in ages, Ivy – and muffin – came to Stitch and Bitch.

muffin keeping watch

Muffin keeping watch as Ivy sees to those holes. Muffin looks forlorn because she hasn’t got one of Winkie’s rag rugs to sit on.

ivy hard at work

Ivy hard at work


Making the most out of the moth holes - Ivy's handiwork

Making the most out of the moth holes – Ivy’s handiwork

Inspecting in the light of day

More hole than not

The full blanket – just a tiny bit bigger than the sofa in the garden

This entry was written by Vanessa and published on November 11, 2013 at 7:56 pm. It’s filed under Cleverly Crafty, Inspiration and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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